Holy Trinity Church,Llandudno, Display

On 29th May 2015, at the invitation of the Rector to help celebrate Trinity Sunday on 31st May 2015, the display highlighting the contribution of Freemasonry to the Church in early Llandudno was set up as part of an exhibition in Holy Trinity Church, which incidentally was viewed by the Bishop of Bangor among many others. Over the weekend the display was generally very well received and created numerous positive comments from both parishioners and visitors.

This could not have been achieved without a great deal of help from Paul Williams, who is a member of both Holy Trinity Church and St Cystenin Lodge No. 6321, along with John Hughes the curator of the Masonic Hall. Greg Nary of Saint Tudno Lodge No. 755 kindly lent a secure jeweler’s display case.

A copy of the leaflet ‘Charitable Giving‘ was shown to the Rector and he was happy that copies could be placed on the stand along with the ‘Church and Freemasonry in early Llandudno’ Leaflet. These too were of great interest and surprise was expressed at the positive contribution of Freemasons to the town and the amount of money given to non-Masonic charities.

The display has now been taken down but is ready to be re-installed for the 150th Anniversary event on 5th of July which will be attended by the R.W. Provincial Grand Master where he will read the lesson.

Holy Trinity Church, Llandudno, Display

On 29th May 2015, at the invitation of the Rector to help celebrate Trinity Sunday on 31st May 2015, the display highlighting the contribution of Freemasonry to the Church in early Llandudno was set up as part of an exhibition in Holy Trinity Church, which incidentally was viewed by the Bishop of Bangor among many others. Over the weekend the display was generally very well received and created numerous positive comments from both parishioners and visitors.

This could not have been achieved without a great deal of help from Paul Williams, who is a member of both Holy Trinity Church and St Cystenin Lodge No. 6321, along with John Hughes the curator of the Masonic Hall. Greg Nary of Saint Tudno Lodge No. 755 kindly lent a secure jeweler’s display case.

A copy of the leaflet ‘Charitable Giving‘ was shown to the Rector and he was happy that copies could be placed on the stand along with the ‘Church and Freemasonry in early Llandudno’ Leaflet. These too were of great interest and surprise was expressed at the positive contribution of Freemasons to the town and the amount of money given to non-Masonic charities.

The display has now been taken down but is ready to be re-installed for the 150th Anniversary event on 5th of July which will be attended by the R.W. Provincial Grand Master where he will read the lesson.

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