Successful and best practices
To collect and document successful lodge practices as examples for other brethren to follow. It is hoped that a wide variety of lodge programmes, projects, events, and ideas will be made available.
An online archive of successful practices has been established for reference. Use the ideas and information to enhance the prosperity of your lodge and respond to the requests for sharing Successful Practices with others. This is how we can support each other in moving Freemasonry forward in British Columbia and Yukon
What is a successful practice?
A successful practice is one that has been proven to work well and produce good results. Such successful practices can contribute to improving the masonic experience for our brethren or contributing to making improvements in your community. If your successful practice is a document (a really good lodge notice, for example), send a copy. If your successful practice is an event or a process please provide some details that can guide others to achieve your success using the following outline:
Lodge name and number:
What did you do? (a brief overview)
Why did your lodge undertake the idea?
How was it implemented:
• What were the main activities carried out
• What was the cost
• How many members were involved? __ planning __ implementation
What were the results?
What lessons were learned - would you do anything differently?
Benefits to the lodge:
Contact for more information on this successful practice
Send your successful and best practice to:
RW Bro Barry Burch at