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MASONIC EDUCATIONAL PROGRAM. Wardens Leadership Training The Future of Freemasonry Maintained By: Committee on Masonic Education Sponsored By: Grand Lodge of Kentucky F & A.M. MASONIC EDUCATIONAL PROGRAM. Welcome to the 2005 Wardens Leadership Training.

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Masonic educational program

MASONIC EDUCATIONAL PROGRAM

Wardens Leadership Training

The Future of Freemasonry

Maintained By: Committee on Masonic Education

Sponsored By: Grand Lodge of Kentucky F & A.M.


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MASONIC EDUCATIONAL PROGRAM

Welcome to the 2005 Wardens Leadership Training.

This program has been revised again this year with the goal being to get back to the basis of Freemasonry in our Blue Lodges in the Commonwealth of Kentucky.

I can see the expressions on your faces. What is the first step & how are we going to accomplish this?


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MASONIC EDUCATIONAL PROGRAM

  • Suggestions and Recommendations

  • Open and Close your lodges proficiently.

    • Proper Protocol For Masonic Dignitaries.

    • Proper Examination of Visitors.

    • The importance of Investigating Committee’s.

    • Knowing the Proper way to Ballot.

    • Proficient Degree Work in the 1st section of all degrees.


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MASONIC EDUCATIONAL PROGRAM

Agenda

Open Introduction / G. Master’s Comments

Open Lodge

Protocol

Examination of Visitors

Break Out Sessions

Masters, Sr. Wardens,

Jr. Wardens & Secretary’s

BREAK


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MASONIC EDUCATIONAL PROGRAM

Agenda

6. Investigating Committee

7. Balloting

8. 1st Section EA Degree

Masonic Renewal

Close Lodge

11. Evaluation Report


Grand master grand lodge of kentucky f a m

Grand Master Grand Lodgeof Kentucky F.& A.M.


Open lodge

Open Lodge

By Monitor Full Form



Protocol introduction of masonic dignitaries

Protocol Introduction of Masonic Dignitaries


  • For an official visit from the Grand Master or his proxy, the Lodge must be opened on the third degree. The Master will instruct the Senior Deacon to recognize the guests.

  • The Senior Deacon will arrange the guests in the Tyler's room in reverse hierarchal order. The order in which the distinguished guests will be received is:


  • Heads of affiliated bodies. (Development Office, Scottish Rite, York Rite, and other bodies.)

  • Masonic Homes Administrator.

  • Past District Deputy Grand Masters of your district- one Representative for all- usually the most senior.

  • Current Committee Members of the Grand Lodge.

  • Current District Deputy Grand Masters from other Districts. (Worshipful) (Public Grand Honors)


  • Past Grand Masters. (Most Worshipful)(Public Grand Honors) Rite, York Rite, and other bodies.)

  • Elected Grand Lodge Officers. (Right Worshipful)(Public Grand Honors) (Grand Chaplain is Right Reverend). Appointed officers as (Worshipful). The line up places the Elected Grand Lodge Officers at the door, and they enter with the Senior Deacon, in a path to the left of the altar. Even though they enter first, they are introduced last. Of course, the Grand Master enters, and is always introduced separately, and last.

    h. The Grand Master, Grand Lodge of Kentucky. (Most Worshipful)(Private Grand Honors)


3. The Senior Deacon will make an alarm at the door. After being requested to enter by the Master, the Senior Deacon will lead the guests into the lodge room. They will arrange themselves in a semicircle around the altar facing the east.

4. The Master will call all brothers to their feet with 3 raps of the gavel as the Senior Deacon enters the room.


5. The Senior Deacon will recognize each distinguished guest in the reverse order they entered the room. This recognition will be by name and title. The guest will take one step forward and make the sign of a Master Mason when recognized in this manner.


6. After all guests are recognized the Master will ask the marshal to have the guests turn and face the brethren. The Master will then lead the brethren as they give the guests the Public Grand Honors of 3x3. (all appointed and elected officers should be recognized at all meetings)


  • At this time (at the Master's direction) the Senior Deacon will escort the ranking guest to the east where the Master will offer him the hat, gavel and oriental chair. The guest may chose to preside over the meeting or seat the craft at his discretion.

  • If present the Grand Master will be presented after all other distinguished guests. The Senior Deacon will bring him in separately and escort him west of the altar. He will be presented as the Most Worshipful Grand Master.


9. At this time the Master will request the Senior Deacon escort the Grand Master to the east. On the cue of the Master the brethren will give the Grand Master the Private Grand Honors (the three signs of Masonry). The Master will then offer him the hat, gavel and oriental chair. The Grand Master may chose to preside over the meeting or seat the craft at his discretion.


10. escort the Grand Master to the east. On the cue of the Master the brethren will give the Grand Master the Private Grand Honors (the three signs of Masonry). The Master will then offer him the hat, gavel and oriental chair. The Grand Master may chose to preside over the meeting or seat the craft at his discretion. At the end of the meeting start at the lowest ranking guest and go up the line asking if they have anything to be addressed. The last one will be the one to speak at the end of the meeting. After the Grand Master speaks, the meeting is immediately closed.



How to perform examination

How to Perform Examination Suggestions for District Deputy Grand Masters, The Grand Lodge of Kentucky Free and Accepted Masons pages 11-13.

On Visiting Brethren


Brethren who attempt to attend a tyled Masonic meeting and do not have another known brother to vouch for them should be examined to determine if they are a Mason in good standing. This strict trial and due examination is required by Masonic Law.


A printed form of visitor's cards should be kept in the Tyler's room to be usedthe first time each visitor attends lodge. This form is on page 319 of theKentucky Monitor.


The Master should appoint a committee of at least three brothers to examine the visitor. They should first ask to see a valid dues card and compare the signature on the dues card to that on the visitor’s card noted in #2 above.


The committee and visitor(s) should then retire to a convenient room where the visitor(s) should give Tyler's Oath. (page #320, Kentucky Monitor). The committee members should also give the Tyler's Oath in the appropriate fashion. After this point each visitor shall be examined separately.


If the Tyler's Oath is satisfactorily given the committee may proceed to ask the visitor(s) any questions on the catechism it deems necessary to determine if they are Masons in good standing


If the meeting has already begun and the committee finds the visitor(s) has proven himself to be a Mason in good standing then they shall report so to the Tyler. The Tyler will inform the visitor(s) of the degree the lodge is open on and announce that the committee and visiting brother wish to enter. The Senior Deacon will introduce the visiting brother west of the altar at the direction of the Master. (see page 321 Kentucky Monitor).


    If the committee determines the visitor has not proven himself as a regularly made Mason in good standing then they should inform him in a courteous manner without giving any reasons for their conclusion.

Reference: Kentucky Monitor 

See pages 322-323 in the Kentucky Monitor for definitions of Strict Trial, Due Examination and Lawful Information. 


Breakout sessions

Breakout Sessions proven himself as a regularly made Mason in good standing then they should inform him in a courteous manner without giving any reasons for their conclusion.

- Masters and Sr. Wardens

- Jr. Wardens

- Secretaries & Treasurers


Duties of the master ky constitution section 89

DUTIES OF THE MASTER proven himself as a regularly made Mason in good standing then they should inform him in a courteous manner without giving any reasons for their conclusion.(Ky Constitution Section 89)

The following is a list of the powers and duties of the Master of the Lodge as outlined by the:

Book of Constitutions

Powers of Lodge (Sect 75)

By-Laws of Lodge


Master shall have power to
Master proven himself as a regularly made Mason in good standing then they should inform him in a courteous manner without giving any reasons for their conclusion.shall have power to:

  • Issue, or cause to be issued, all summonses or notices which may be required;

  • Discharge all the executive functions of his Lodge; and

  • Perform all acts, by ancient usage proper to his office, which are not prohibited by the Constitution or Ordinances of Grand Lodge.

  • Preside and have general supervision over his lodge and decide questions of law and order, but any member of the lodge may appeal from the decision of the Master to the Grand Master, and from his decision to the Grand Lodge. Sect 89 (1)


  • To see that the by-laws and resolutions of his lodge are observed, and that the constitution, rules, and edict of this Grand Lodge are duly obeyed. Sect 89 (2)

  • To see that the reports are promptly made to the Grand Lodge.

  • To attain such proficiency in the work as will enable him to conduct the ceremonies of his lodge in a creditable manner.

  • To call communications of his lodge as provided in KMC Section 107.

  • To attend: Grand Lodge, District Meeting and Educational Programs.


Be prepared
BE PREPARED observed, and that the constitution, rules, and edict of this Grand Lodge are duly obeyed

  • Annual plan

  • Budget

  • Goals (Educational – Building Plans)

  • Newsletter

  • Agenda (stated and called meetings)


Appointments
APPOINTMENTS observed, and that the constitution, rules, and edict of this Grand Lodge are duly obeyed

  • Standing Committees

  • Special Committees

  • Coaches

  • Mentors



Ritual
RITUAL observed, and that the constitution, rules, and edict of this Grand Lodge are duly obeyed

  • To have knowledge of the work and lectures of the First, Second, and Third Degrees

  • To be knowledgeable of the ritual for conducting stated meetings

    • Balloting

    • Receiving dignitaries

    • Draping the charter


Last rites
LAST RITES observed, and that the constitution, rules, and edict of this Grand Lodge are duly obeyed

  • Conduct Masonic Funerals

    • Have someone ready

    • Be ready yourself

    • Have a system for notifying members

    • Contact the funeral home (s)


Practice everything
PRACTICE observed, and that the constitution, rules, and edict of this Grand Lodge are duly obeyedEVERYTHING

  • Opening / Closing

  • Degrees

  • Funerals

  • Balloting

  • Introductions


Enjoy yourself
ENJOY YOURSELF observed, and that the constitution, rules, and edict of this Grand Lodge are duly obeyed

  • Know your responsibilities

  • Work on your weaknesses

  • Exploit your strengths

  • Don’t let the negatives get to you

    • Situations

    • People

      HAVE FUN


Senior warden duties

Senior Warden Duties observed, and that the constitution, rules, and edict of this Grand Lodge are duly obeyed

John Cauley


Duties of the senior warden
DUTIES OF THE SENIOR WARDEN observed, and that the constitution, rules, and edict of this Grand Lodge are duly obeyed

By their conduct, their dress, their attendance, their enthusiasm, the proficiency of their work and their attitude, the officers of the lodge set the tone for the entire lodge operation. Each officer can do much to convey to the new candidates and members of the lodge, the seriousness, beauty and honor of Masonry as well as fun and fellowship.


  • To serve as Master in the absence of the Master; observed, and that the constitution, rules, and edict of this Grand Lodge are duly obeyed

  • To prepare the calendar for your year as Master;

  • To see that the Worshipful Master’s Orders are carried out in full.

  • To prepare the Senior Warden's Trestle board articles, when required;


  • To prepare an estimated budget for your year as Master observed, and that the constitution, rules, and edict of this Grand Lodge are duly obeyed

  • Prepare a calendar for your year

  • To consider brethren to be appointed to the line during your year as Master and to ask them if they will serve. (Discuss possible choices with the present Master and Junior Warden.)



Installation Day Degree and the ritual to qualify as Worshipful Master;



How is annual planning done
HOW IS ANNUAL PLANNING DONE? year as Master will not only be pleasurable to them but will bring growth and improved fellowship to their Lodge.

  • Get a Calendar for your upcoming year.

    • THE BIGGER THE BETTER.

  • Write in those dates that you know are fixed:

    • Stated Meetings

    • Installation

    • District Meetings

    • Annual Communication


Budget year as Master will not only be pleasurable to them but will bring growth and improved fellowship to their Lodge.

  • Does your Lodge have one now?

  • What are you sources of income?

  • What will you have to spend money on?


Use the Masonic Education Book provided for you. There are alot of helpful things for you in there. We are just scratching the surface today.


Remember alot of helpful things for you in there. We are just scratching the surface today.

The early bird gets the worm, but the second mouse gets the cheese!


Thank you for your attention! alot of helpful things for you in there. We are just scratching the surface today.


10 MINUTE BREAK alot of helpful things for you in there. We are just scratching the surface today.


Investigating committees

Investigating Committees alot of helpful things for you in there. We are just scratching the surface today.

Chris Baughman


Outline
Outline alot of helpful things for you in there. We are just scratching the surface today.

  • Who should serve on the Committee

  • What the Committee should ask

  • Educating the Candidate about Masonry

  • Out of Jurisdiction Candidates

  • The importance of the Investigating Committee

  • Conclusion


Who should serve
Who should serve alot of helpful things for you in there. We are just scratching the surface today.

  • Committee is typically composed of three members

  • Appointed by the Master of the Lodge

  • Members should be a good cross-section and representation of the Lodge

  • Members should have the time to serve

  • Investigations should be prompt


Questions to be asked
Questions to be asked alot of helpful things for you in there. We are just scratching the surface today.

  • General Information

  • Religious Opinion

  • Moral Standards

  • Clubs or Groups

  • Financial Stability

  • Home and Family Environment


Educating the candidate
Educating the Candidate alot of helpful things for you in there. We are just scratching the surface today.

  • What Masonry is

  • What Masonry is not

  • What the Candidate may expect

  • What is expected of the Candidate

  • The structure of Masonry


Jurisdictional concerns
Jurisdictional Concerns alot of helpful things for you in there. We are just scratching the surface today.

  • In Out-of-Jurisdiction cases, both Lodges must investigate the candidate

  • Home Jurisdiction Lodge investigates first

  • Waiver

  • Petitioned Lodge then investigates


Importance of the committee
Importance of the Committee alot of helpful things for you in there. We are just scratching the surface today.

  • “Even so, many duly and truly unprepared make their way into our Lodges”

  • Candidates who do not make it through proficiency

  • Effects of a Candidate passing the ballot box who should not have


Conclusion
Conclusion alot of helpful things for you in there. We are just scratching the surface today.

Inspect the Cornerstone before you erect the superstructure!


Balloting of candidates

Balloting of Candidates alot of helpful things for you in there. We are just scratching the surface today.

John Cauley


There is, sometimes, too much carelessness and indifference in Balloting. The ballot for candidates should be a very solemn matter. It is no light thing to receive an unworthy person into a lodge as a member or to reject on who is worthy. It is therefore suggested that all such balloting be done under the sign, as follows:


The Master first examines the box and sees that the ballot chamber is empty and that a proper supply of white balls and black cubes is in the outer chamber. The box is then carried by the Senior Deacon to the Senior Warden and Junior Warden for examination. The Senior Deacon then returns the box to the Master who first announces the names of the candidates upon whose petitions the for the E.A. degree, whether the committee’s report was favorable.


He then casts his ballot and remains standing while the box is presented in succession to the Senior Warden and Junior Warden. Such officers rise, give the D.G. and S., deposit their ballots and remain standing at their stations.

The Senior Deacon then deposits the ballot box on the altar so that the person who approaches it to cast his ballot shall face the East. The Master then calls up the craft, who form in single file, approach the altar, give the D.G. and S., cast their ballots, return to their respective places and remain standing until all have voted.


The Senior Deacon should take a position about six feet to the west of the altar, where the line should halt as each brother approaches the altar to vote. There is nothing in the Book of Constitutions which prohibits a ballot from being taken collectively upon two or more petitions, but if any member objects the ballot should be spread separately. Should one or more black cubes appear on a joint ballot the ballot must then be spread upon each petition separately. After all have voted the Master declares the Ballot closed and orders the Senior Deacon


to present the ballot to the Junior Warden and the Senior Warden for examination. If, on inspection by the Wardens and the Master, two or more black cubes shall appear, the balloting upon that petition shall cease; but, if only one black cube shall appear on the first ballot, a second ballot shall immediately be spread before anyone leaves the room. If at least one black cube still appears the Master must declare the petition rejected.”

Kentucky Monitor p. 343-344


PETITION FOR MEMBERSHIP Warden for examination. If, on inspection by the Wardens and the Master, two or more black cubes shall appear, the balloting upon that petition shall cease; but, if only one black cube shall appear on the first ballot, a second ballot shall immediately be spread before anyone leaves the room. If at least one black cube still appears the Master must declare the petition rejected.”

SECTION 124. Petitions

When received and balloted on. Such petition must be received at a stated communication and one lunar month must intervene between its reception and the balloting thereon.


SECTION 126. For Degrees and Affiliation. Warden for examination. If, on inspection by the Wardens and the Master, two or more black cubes shall appear, the balloting upon that petition shall cease; but, if only one black cube shall appear on the first ballot, a second ballot shall immediately be spread before anyone leaves the room. If at least one black cube still appears the Master must declare the petition rejected.”

The balloting for the degrees or affiliation shall be taken only in a Master Mason’s lodge and then only at a stated communication and a favorable ballot on the petition shall elect the candidate to receive all three degrees.


SECTION 128. Ballot Secret. Warden for examination. If, on inspection by the Wardens and the Master, two or more black cubes shall appear, the balloting upon that petition shall cease; but, if only one black cube shall appear on the first ballot, a second ballot shall immediately be spread before anyone leaves the room. If at least one black cube still appears the Master must declare the petition rejected.”

In all cases every ballot shall be strictly secret, whether a favorable or unfavorable ballot was cast: and every brother shall be secured in his right to cast his ballot privately for or against a candidate, as between himself and his own conscience. If anyone shall make known or reveal his own or another’s vote in secret ballot he shall be guilty of unmasonic conduct and subject to trial. (more)


SECTION 130. Unanimous. Warden for examination. If, on inspection by the Wardens and the Master, two or more black cubes shall appear, the balloting upon that petition shall cease; but, if only one black cube shall appear on the first ballot, a second ballot shall immediately be spread before anyone leaves the room. If at least one black cube still appears the Master must declare the petition rejected.”

The Ballot must be unanimous to elect a candidate to receive the degrees or for affiliation.

SECTION 131. Two Unfavorable Ballots. If two or more unfavorable ballots appear against a candidate he shall be declared rejected.


SECTION 132. One Unfavorable Ballot. Warden for examination. If, on inspection by the Wardens and the Master, two or more black cubes shall appear, the balloting upon that petition shall cease; but, if only one black cube shall appear on the first ballot, a second ballot shall immediately be spread before anyone leaves the room. If at least one black cube still appears the Master must declare the petition rejected.”

In balloting on a petition , if only one negative appears, a second ballot shall immediately take place; if on the second ballot one negative again appears, the petitioner shall be declared rejected.

SECTION 134. Objection.

(a) An objection to initiation…may be made by a member of the lodge, and the objection to the initiation…shall have precisely the same effect, in every respect, as if the objector had cast an unfavorable ballot on the petition.


Demonstration Warden for examination. If, on inspection by the Wardens and the Master, two or more black cubes shall appear, the balloting upon that petition shall cease; but, if only one black cube shall appear on the first ballot, a second ballot shall immediately be spread before anyone leaves the room. If at least one black cube still appears the Master must declare the petition rejected.”


Degree work

Degree Work Warden for examination. If, on inspection by the Wardens and the Master, two or more black cubes shall appear, the balloting upon that petition shall cease; but, if only one black cube shall appear on the first ballot, a second ballot shall immediately be spread before anyone leaves the room. If at least one black cube still appears the Master must declare the petition rejected.”


Masonic renewal robert w davenport roger d barnett

Masonic Renewal Warden for examination. If, on inspection by the Wardens and the Master, two or more black cubes shall appear, the balloting upon that petition shall cease; but, if only one black cube shall appear on the first ballot, a second ballot shall immediately be spread before anyone leaves the room. If at least one black cube still appears the Master must declare the petition rejected.” Robert W. Davenport Roger D. Barnett

Past Grand Masters


Friend to friend program

Friend-to-Friend Program Warden for examination. If, on inspection by the Wardens and the Master, two or more black cubes shall appear, the balloting upon that petition shall cease; but, if only one black cube shall appear on the first ballot, a second ballot shall immediately be spread before anyone leaves the room. If at least one black cube still appears the Master must declare the petition rejected.”

Kentucky Lodges have been using the Friend-to-Friend program for several years now and many of them have been successful in their membership development efforts as a result.


The program encourages Lodge members to share information about Masonry with their non-Masonic friends.

When a friend or interested person asks about Masonry.


Mission of the program

Mission of the program about Masonry with their non-Masonic friends.

To inform the public what Freemasonry is, what it has done, what it can do for an individual, a family, and a community.

To build a well rounded mature membership base.

To provide selected men with facts and

information about Masonic membership.


ESSENTIAL COMPONENTS TO about Masonry with their non-Masonic friends.

THE PROGRAMThere are three essential components to the Friend-to-Friend program: The Lodge committee The Friend-to-Friend video tape The Friend-to-Friend brochure (tape and brochure available soon)


Implementing the program in your lodge
IMPLEMENTING THE about Masonry with their non-Masonic friends. PROGRAM IN YOUR LODGE


To implement the Friend-to-Friend Program in your lodge, the lodge should be fully informed on all aspects of the Friend-to-Friend Program.

All officers and members should be aggressive in promoting the implementation of this program in each lodge.


The Lodge should put together an educational program for Friend – to – Friend,for all Lodge members who have a particular interest in this program. By doing so, the Master should appoint an educational chairman.

The chairman should hold educational exercises for implementing the Friend –to – Friend program. The chairman should report at a stated communication of the Lodge or as directed by the Master.


Summary

SUMMARY Friend – to – Friend,for all Lodge members who have a particular interest in this program. By doing so, the Master should appoint an educational chairman.

There are, in each community, many men who will make great Masons and who would benefit from membership in our fraternity.


We will Friend – to – Friend,for all Lodge members who have a particular interest in this program. By doing so, the Master should appoint an educational chairman. NEVER solicit anyone for membership, but we should make information about the fraternity available to the Public.“Friend-to-Friend”


The Friend-to-Friend program is very helpful in this regard and should be made available in your Lodge.


Masonic information programs how to plan a successful masonic information program
Masonic information programs and should be made available in your Lodge.HOW TO PLAN A SUCCESSFUL MASONIC INFORMATION PROGRAM


Those who attempt to have a Masonic Information Program without proper preparation may fail to give a correct impression of our Fraternity. This result could affect your Lodge for years to come.For some Lodges, this may be the most important event of the year.


Promotion

Promotion without proper preparation may fail to give a correct impression of our Fraternity. This result could affect your Lodge for years to come.

Remember, the primary factor in your success is the attendance of both Masons and non-Masons.

Put Your Best Effort Forward


The Mentor Program without proper preparation may fail to give a correct impression of our Fraternity. This result could affect your Lodge for years to come.

The Kentucky Masonic Mentor Program has been developed from a variety of successful instructional programs now in use in several Masonic jurisdictions.

PURPOSE OF THE MENTOR PROGRAM

The purpose of the Mentor Program is to ensure that every initiate is properly informed about all stated communications and lodge functions, and generally to see that the new brother is happy and informed. He should also answer any questions the new brother may have.


METHOD without proper preparation may fail to give a correct impression of our Fraternity. This result could affect your Lodge for years to come.

Upon election of a petitioner for the Degrees of Freemasonry, the Master should appoint a Masonic Mentor.

The Masonic Mentor will contact the candidate and advise him of the tentative Degree schedule and invite the candidate and his wife to any open Lodge functions.


The Mentor will meet with the candidate at least several times:

· Prior to the First Degree

·  Prior to the Second Degree

·  Prior to the Third Degree

·  Following the Third Degree

·  Final Follow-up Session


Brother To Brother Program times:

We would like to increase attendance in our lodges this year. We are asking each member to be a friend to a member that is not attending lodge.



Remember our patriotism

Remember Our Patriotism them back in lodge.

United We Stand And Divided We Fall

Thanks for your Attention

Support Our Troops


Close lodge

Close Lodge them back in lodge.

By Monitor Full Form


Closing Comments them back in lodge.



  • Remember to Read your Constitutions them back in lodge.

  • Remember to Communicate.

  • Thanks to the DDGM’S for promoting this program in their Districts.

  • Thank you to the Brethren that opened, closed lodge and performed the degree work.

  • Thank you for your facility to host this program this year.


Question and Answer Time them back in lodge.


Thanks for your attention today and we hope that you leave today with more Masonic Lightthan you had when you arrived.

Remember United We Stand and Divided We Fall.

Maintained By: Committee on Masonic Education

Sponsored By: Grand Lodge of Kentucky F & A.M.


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