Fall Class Part 2: Degrees

The second part of the Valley of Boston’s Fall Class is next weekend and it will be the conclusion the Valley Classes in 2017! On November 18, members of the Valley of Boston will once again gather in the Grand Lodge Building in Boston for a fantastic morning of degrees and brotherhood! This part of the class will see performances by Mount Olivet Chapter of Rose Croix and Massachusetts Consistory.
Mount Olivet Chapter of Rose Croix will take the stage first, to perform the 18°, Knight of the Rose Croix. This degree, which will be performed under the direction of Ill∴ Robert H. Hartley, 33°, teaches the lesson of the new law of love and that we should prepare a temple in our hearts to worship God. Following Rose Croix’s performance, there will be a short break for the Class Photo, after which the class will reconvene for Massachusetts Consistory’s portion of the day where they will be performing two degrees. First, the 32°, Sublime Prince of the Royal Secret directed by Ill∴ Robert E. Godbout Jr., 33°, and then the 23°, Knight of Valor directed by Ill∴ E. Joel Peterson, 33°. The 23° teaches the lesson that our faith in God manifests itself in our love for our fellow man, while the 32° is the culmination of all the degrees and celebrates the triumph of individual integrity and a service to humanity.
The second part of our Fall Class is going to be a stellar conclusion to this fall reunion. All of our current brothers are welcome and encouraged to attend to support our newest brothers. For a full schedule of the day's events, click here!

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