UGLE is launching Solomon, an online Masonic learning resource
Solomon is a Masonic online learning resource, making daily advancement a reality in the Craft and Royal Arch.
Solomon will support the wants and needs of at least three 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.
Solomon will support personal inquiry or study, irrespective of experience or prior knowledge. It brings together material from many sources to help answer common questions and improve masonic knowledge and understanding. The online resource can be accessed on multiple platforms such as smartphones, tablets and computers and currently contains more than 350 items.
The first meeting of King Leopold Lodge took place in the SHAPE chapel on October 8 , 1968.
Over 4,000 Freemasons from Provinces, Districts and 136 Grand Lodges around the world, including the RGLB, were present as the Royal Albert Hall was centre stage for the United Grand Lodge of England’s Especial Meeting and Tercentenary celebrations on Tuesday 31st October.
On October 8, 2018 we will meet our 50th anniversary.