Rules for Delaware Masonic Webmasters
No listings of Grand or Subordinate Lodge Officer's home and/or
business addresses or phone numbers. EXCEPTION:
You may list the address and phone number of the Grand Lodge of
E-Mail addresses for members can only be listed with their prior
Activities listed will not contain statements indicating that it is
"OPEN TO ALL MASONS", or any other wording that may be construed as
such. It is permissible to announce activities that are "OPEN TO THE
PUBLIC" such as Lodge Officers Installation, Ladies nights and other
related activities that have previously been established. If in doubt
seek approval through the Grand Secretary's office.
When listing activities for Masons, they will be referred to as "A.F.
& A.M.", or "F. & A.M.", or "FREEMASONS" only.
History may be listed for your Lodge, but NO reference will be
made to any type of "MODES OF RECOGNITION" of Freemasonry.
We suggest the history of your Lodge be extracted from the pamphlet
already published known as "Reflections on Delaware Masonic
Lodges", by our Past Grand Historian, PGM James H.
Hutchins. Which is considered the hallmark by the Grand Lodge A.F.
& A.M. of Delaware.
Final "COPY" of all Web Sites or changes to an existing Web Site
proposed by a Lodge will be sent to one of the Internet Committee
Members listed below, for approval prior to being set-up on the
Any questions concerning the Rules & Regulations governing websites
for any Blue Lodge listed under the jurisdiction of the Grand Lodge of
Delaware, please feel free to contact one of the members of the
Internet Committee for Internet and website Business only and the Grand
Lodge Officers for Grand Lodge Business appropriate to their offices:
Chad T. Robinson, SGS
W. Hague, PGMar
Terry C. Martz, GMar
Bro. Christopher Cattie
Peter Tyrrell, PM
feel free to send any comments or questions about this website to the Webmaster.