The Lodge Master's Role

The Worshipful Master is elected each year by the Brethren of the Lodge and is then "installed" into the Chair by his predecessor.

He usually occupies the office for one year, although in an emergency this can be extended to two. He is in charge of the Lodge for his year, acts as its Chairman and normally conducts most of the ceremonies. The Master sits in the East of the Lodge and must have served as either Senior or Junior Warden for a year before he can be elected. On becoming Master, a Mason is then referred to as a Worshipful Brother.

For details of Masters and Wardens workshops get in touch with us via the Provincial Office.