Virtual Masonic Education

It is the pleasure and honor of Lexington Lodge No. 1 and the Rubicon Masonic Society to bring you a series of Virtual Masonic Education.  Nearly 400 men RSVP’d for this Virtual Masonic Education series from May 4, 2020 – July 27, 2020 as a result of the social and masonic distancing that the global pandemic COVID-19 has caused in our lodges and in our lives.

We continue to hope and pray that everyone is staying healthy and safe, that you are finding happiness in those things that matter most in your life, and that this education tonight brings you closer to your inner self, closer to your masonic brothers, and most importantly closer to Almighty God.

Thank you to the Officers and members of Lexington Lodge No. 1; the members of Rubicon Masonic Society; every guest speaker; and all attendees for your assistance and support in making this Virtual Masonic Education series an enjoyable success.

Part 1:  Guest Speaker: Oscar Alleyne, Past Master Wappingers Lodge No. 671 Freemason, NY. Topic: Our Relevancy in the Age of Pandemics

Part 2:  Guest Speaker: Christopher Hodapp, Past Master Dwight L. Smith Lodge of Research, 33° Freemason. Topic: Masonic Observations and Insights

Part 3:  Guest Speaker: S. Brent Morris, Past Master of Patmos Lodge No. 70. 33° Freemason. Topic: Sherlock Holmes and Freemasonry

Part 4:  Guest Speaker: Andrew Hammer. Charter Master of Alba Lodge No. 222.

Part 5:  Guest Speaker: Christopher Murphy, Past Master Adoniram Lodge № 42. Topic: The Tavern Myth.

Part 6:  Guest Speaker: Dan Kemble, Past Master William O Ware Lodge of Research.  Topic: Who’s Left Standing – Freemasonry After Covid-19

This meeting was for Live Attendees only.  There is no replay. 

Part 7:  Guest Speaker: Right Worshipful Brother Mikel Stoops, Grand Lodge of Kansas. Topic: Grand Lodges Today and Grand Lodges Tomorrow.

Part 8:  Guest Speaker: Worshipful Brother Cameron Poe, Past Master Lexington Lodge No. 1. Topic: The Behavioral Guide To Freemasonry

Part 9:  Guest Speaker: Worshipful Brother John W. Bizzack, Past Master Lexington Lodge No. 1. Topic: Ode To The Way It Was: Will The External Pandemic Lead To Addressing The Internal One?

Part 10:  Guest Speaker, WB Thomas W. Jackson was unable to attend due to a power outage.  The meeting continued and the following topic was discussed: What is the Purpose of Freemasonry?

Part 11:  Guest Speaker, WB Patrick Craddock, CA. Topic. High Hills and Low Veils: A “Non-Traditional” Start to a New Lodge Experience.

Part 12:  Guest Speaker, WB Mark Tabbert, VA. Topic – A Deserving Brother: George Washington and Freemasonry.

Part 13 (Final Episode in Series):  Guest Speaker, WB Brian Evans, KY. Topic – Commit or Demit: There is No Middle Ground in Freemasonry