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  • RCS white
  • Harris boards white
  • da Vinci Surgical System
  • Apron
  • RCS surgical research
  • William Dawes is working on vital medical research at the Blizard Institute in London, thanks to funding from the Royal Arch Masons
  • Harris tracing boards, the one on the right showing the layout of a Royal Arch Chapter
  • Surgeons operate through just a few small incisions using the da Vinci Surgical System. It features a magnified 3D high-definition vision system, and tiny-wristed instruments that bend and rotate far greater than the human wrist. As a result, da Vinci enables surgeons to operate with enhanced vision, precision, dexterity and control. Royal Arch masons have contributed significantly towards getting these machines in hospitals across the UK.
  • An early Royal Arch apron. Initially operating as a private chapter, the Royal Arch was eventually accepted as an integral part of pure antient masonry. It has always been regarded as a particularly colourful order.
  • Pioneering research is made possible because of the close relationship between Royal Arch masons and the Royal College of Surgeons.
Welcome to SGC

Welcome to Supreme Grand Chapter, which is the governing body for Royal Arch masonry in England, Wales and the Channel Islands.  

All areas of the site are available to view, and contain informative information on this fascinating degree.  

If you are interested in joining the Royal Arch, then you can contact us and we will put you in touch with a local chapter.