Alexandria-Washington Lodge No. 22, which meets in the George Washington Masonic Memorial in Alexandria, VA, will be exemplifying the Entered Apprentice degree of the Bristol Masonic Ritual on Thursday, October 21, beginning at 7:30pm. There will be a special festive board after this meeting.
The Bristol Working is one of the oldest known rituals in Masonry that has come down to us intact. Dating back at least to the 1740s, the work is still done in Lodges in Bristol, England today. This is only the second time that this ritual has been worked in the United States, and the nature of the ritual is such that it should not be missed by brothers interested in the history and of the Craft.
This is a rescheduled event that was snowed out during Masonic Week back in February. If you wish to attend, please contact the lodge at email@example.com The Memorial is located at 101 Callahan Drive in Alexandria, VA.
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