Next Regular Meeting of Wilson-Iles Lodge

Friday 3rd December 2021
Initiation Meeting

Lodge Officers 2021-2022
Worshipful Master
Senior Warden
Junior Warden
Treasurer
Secretary
Director of Ceremonies
Almoner
Charity Steward
Senior Deacon
Junior Deacon
Inner Guard
Steward
Tyler
Immediate Past Master
Guest Organist
Royal Arch Rep
Liaising Grand Officer




W.Bro Howard Collins
W.Bro Eric Hines
W.Bro Iain McColl
W.Bro David Lovell
W.Bro Peter Young
W.Bro Billy Thomas
W.Bro Billy Thomas
W.Bro David Lovell
W.Bro David McVicar
W.Bro Paul Ellis
Bro Tej Dhrona
Bro Deepak Dhrona
W.Bro Jim Innes
W.Bro Steve Thornley
Bro Peter Trotman
W.Bro Howard Collins
W.Bro Tony Reffold

Lodge Diary 2022
Regular LOI meetings are held on:
Monday evenings

Monday 21st March
Saturday 26th March

Monday 25th April
Saturday 30th April

Monday 24th October
Saturday 29th October

Monday 28th November
Friday 2nd December




For Details:
Contact the Lodge Secretary

Officers' Night
Installation Meeting

Officers' Night
Regular Meeting

Officers' Night
Regular Meeting

Officers' Night
Regular Meeting

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SOLOMON ONLINE LEARNING RESOURCE LAUNCHED by UGLE

Solomon is aimed at three specific groups:
- Those who want to learn more about their masonry
- Those with programme planning or member development responsibilities in a Lodge or Chapter
- Provincial or District Officers charged with promoting and providing learning resources and activities
The materials provided include 'nuggets', short informational pieces for general reading or for presentation in Lodge or Chapter, and Papers for personal study which include quizzes to complete.
To access Solomon go to https://solomon.ugle.org.uk and register to get involved.

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The UGLE MEMBERS' PATHWAY

In order to secure the future of Freemasonry, one objective of UGLE's '2015-2020 Our Strategy at a Glance' report is to improve the structure for the attraction and retention of members. To deliver on that objective, the Members' Pathway was prepared to provide a structured approach for Lodges to follow in order to attract and encourage potential new members while at the same time retaining and adding value to the existing membership.
The Pathway was developed to address recruitment and development in Freemasonry in order to stem the decline in membership and meet the long-term needs of the Craft and the Royal Arch. Evidence from successful Lodges reveals there is good reason for optimism on Freemasonry's future.
Every Lodge member shares a responsibility for introducing new members, helping in retention and by helping the new recruit feel welcome and then supporting them.
Download a PDF of The Pathway Steps 1-11 to find out more.

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