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Masonic Memorial Service The services herein arranged for the Burial of the Dead, are adapted for all the purposes for which ceremonies of that character may be required. The arrangement is such that any portion of the service -- each part being complete -- may be used as occasion requires. In the main the funeral

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The general Masonic funeral services are intended to be suitable for persons of any faith. The Knights Templar are all Christians and their funeral service is specifically Christian in nature. Masonic involvement in a funeral, may range from conducting the entire service to simply attending in a body while someone else conducts the service.

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A Masonic service is a type of memorial or funeral service held for a Freemason who is a member of the Masonic Lodge, or Freemasonry. Freemasons are historically known as builders, according to the Masonic Lodge of Education. Freemasons are members of a global fraternity that strives to uphold moral character and spiritual values with all people.

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No, you may not have known the Brother personally, but if he was a member of your Lodge, he certainly deserves your presence at his funeral service. If he was a Brother, then he is entitled to all of the "lights, rights and benefits" of being a Freemason -- and that certainly includes a well-attended Masonic Funeral Service.

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It is then the duty of the Worshipful Master to decide whether to open an Emergent Lodge or hold a special meeting in order to conduct each Masonic Funeral service. An Emergent Lodge is considered to be convened when the members gather at the location requested by the family, be it church, chapel, graveside or funeral home.

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occasions embracing the Masonic Funeral Service only. Eighth, keep in mind that there are three types of Funeral Service. There are certain instructions that must be observed, particularly with respect to the Chapel Memorial and, Graveside Services. When any Service has commenced, it must

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Masonic Funeral Ritual Worshipful Master: Let us all unite with our Chaplain in prayer. PRAYER Chaplain: Unto Thee, O God, Father of all, do we come in this hour of grief and bereavement. Unto Thee do we send up the cry of our sorrowing hearts. Thou, who dost mark the sparrow’s fall, and number even the hairs of our heads, look with infinite ...

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Basic thesis behind Masonic Burial: Masonic funeral rites are based purely on the teachings of the VSL [i]. The fundamental principles behind Masonic Burial therefore vary from that of most Christian denominations where the concentration is on praying for the salvation of the soul of the departed.

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From our Series entitles "The Masonic Lodge: What Goes on Behind Closed Doors?" this question answers the following: Masonic Funeral reeinactment Have you been to our Article archive on our ...

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Sample graveside service . This may be used as a graveside service following or in place of a memorial service, or as a separate service for the placing of ashes. Here we have gathered in memory of _____ [full name], so that we may together perform one final duty of love.