West Kent Mentoring - Part 6 - North East Corner Club

Q:   Whats does N.E.C.C. mean?

A:   North East Corner Club


The North East Corner Club (NECC) is an initiative aimed at helping Masonically younger Freemasons who have recently been Initiated, Passed or Raised to find their feet and gain a better understanding of various aspects of Freemasonry.

In West Kent the Stewards Lodge is currently undertaking demonstrations of the three degrees with added commentary. The commentaries explain the meanings of the degrees, and the ritual, and hopefully attendees will gain a better understanding of the ceremonies.

The demonstrations will be delivered at most of the Masonic Centres throughout the Province. Usually the demonstrations will be run as a Lodge of Instruction, in the evening and with no regalia, however it may well be that some Lodges will offer to 'sponsor' a demonstration at one of their meetings.

It was apparent from the significant numbers who attended the first demonstration in late April 2014, which was hosted by the Provincial Grand Stewards Lodge, that it was not only the Masonically younger Mason who had an interest in expanding their knowledge. Accordingly, whilst the thrust of the presentations will always be directed towards the newer members, personal and Lodge Mentors are encouraged to attend too, together with anyone else who finds the topics of interest to them.

The NECC is part of the remit of the Provincial Mentoring Committee and is seen as an intrinsic part of Mentoring within the Province.


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NECC 'Information' Leaflets and 'Discussion' Leaflets are readily available for download.



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