That would be St. Andrews No. 25 then, (not that far from me in Fife). I've seen a few like that, but again, the beauty of Scottish Freemasonry is each lodge has a lot of autonomy in deciding things like their ritual and even down to how we dress.My friend from St. Andrews has a sash but it’s the light blue, like UGLE Craft lodges.
Always liked sashes...
In which sense, exactly?
In our Blue Lodge, Masters and Officials use only blue aprons.
However, we've recently received a visitor from Europe who was using a red apron.
What exactly defines the colour of the apron? The rite or the degree/position within the rite?
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