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Lodge Stewart Carol Service


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With a congregation of over seventy, made up from a number of Brethren, their family and friends. The service was conducted by WBro George Reed PAGChap (pictured) who provided a heartwarming festive service which always marks the start of Christmas for the Brethren of Seaham. Readings were carried out by Lodge Stewart’s WM, WBro Richard Vipond (pictured), Quest’s ME, WBro Raine Gregson (pictured), Bro Dan Matlock, Mrs Jean Gregson, WBro Peter Johnson, WBro Malcolm Wilkinson, WBro Alan Gurney, and WBro John Bainbridge. Whilst the church Organ was played by Bro Colin McKay and the day was organised by WBro Simon Smiles (pictured) Almoner for Lodge Stewart. A truly Masonic affair.

The service involves the three Lodges based at Seaham but is open to all Freemasons and their family and friends The Collection raised £86.00 which will help towards the upkeep of this most ancient church.

Most of the congregation then retired back to Seaham Masonic Temple for some welcome light buffet and refreshments.

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