No institution can boast a more solid foundation than that on which Freemasonry rests - the practice of every moral and social virtue!
U.G.L.E. Protocols and Code of Practice
If your Lodge decides to create a website, it has to meet certain criteria. In the first instance, the Lodge members must have given their formal approval to a website being created. When this has been approved by the Lodge, application must then be made to the Provincial Grand Office for permission to proceed.
When you set up the site, the over-riding guideline is to be open and be seen to be open. Before proceeding, it must be submitted to the Provincial Office and U.G.L.E. for checking before launching the site in the public domain. Above all, it must comply with the Guidelines of U.G.L.E.
If you require a copy of the Protocols and Code of Practice Guidelines, please e-mail the Provincial Office for the latest version which is updated regularly. The address to send to is : email@example.com
Freemasonry benefits both the Local & National Community
Freemasons make a major contribution to society through their own charities, as well as through donations to UK charities and worldwide disaster relief funds, with members playing an active role in their communities.
The Masonic Fishing Charity | Teddies for Loving Care | Freemasons Grand Charity | Masonic Benevolent Association