About Templum Phoenix

Templum Phoenix Lodge No. 57 is a duly constituted lodge under the Grand Lodge of New Brunswick having been consecrated on August 11, 2018.

We are a fellowship of Brothers united in a common pursuit of enlightenment and virtue whom are desirous of creating a Lodge dedicated to observing traditional Freemasonry. We believe that the stated purpose of Freemasonry is to enable good men to improve themselves through study and introspection. We believe that Masonic Formation is a slow and careful process that requires great care and effort on behalf of its members, a process that creates positive change within our everyday life. We believe that the goal of the lodge is the cementing of Brotherhood in support of inner transformation of each individual on the divine path towards self-mastery. The lodge views the improvement of the individual as the most fundamental aspect of improving society We highly value the fellowship and friendship that the Lodge can provide and seek to further cultivate this by holding a festive board at every meeting, complete with Brethren presenting thoughtful and well researched papers.

 

 

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June 22nd, 2019 Preview:

The seventh meeting of Templum Phoenix Lodge No.57 will be held on June 22nd, 2019 in the quarters of Sussex Lodge No. 4, Dorchester, N.B. commencing at 1:00 pm sharp. We will be having an interesting afternoon as there will be an open discussion based on the following topic:

The Role of Freemasonry and the Freemason Individually in Society

Consider the following in light of the title.

The challenges and changes in the global environment in which we live make instability the norm rather than the exception. Armed conflicts, violations of fundamental rights, deficiencies in basic issues such as health, food and education present scenarios for which the Mason is generally not prepared to understand much less play a role in solving.

In this context, it is absolutely relevant that freemasons understand what their participation in the issues and problems facing society should be. How do we both as individual Masons and as an organization integrate the exercise of ethical and moral values so essential for a democratic coexistence and mutual respect.

The speaker at the Festive Board will be Brother Luke Shorty of Maine. Brother Shorty is the Executive Director of the Lee Academy and a member of the faculty of the Maine Masonic College.

The menu for our Festive Board is as follows:

FIRST COURSE

Chilled green pea soup with ricotta and sprout salad.

SECOND COURSE

Tomato Caprese salad with Boccocini & Balsamic Glaze

MAIN COURSE

Seared Duck Breast with Beet root risotto, Thyme honey roasted carrots,

Parsnip chips and green peppercorn demi

(The main course will be accompanied by your choice of red or white wine and is included in the cost of the meal)

DESERT 

Lavender Vanilla bean panna cotta with berry compote

Tickets for the Festive Board are $40.00 (including tax and gratuity) and are available beginning June 3rd, 2019 and are available on a first come first served basis. Ticket sales will close on June 14th, 2019.

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Contact Us

To contact us, please fill out the form below or email us at templumphoenix@gmail.com:

 

Address:

Sussex Lodge #4

2 Harrop Avenue, Dorchester, NB