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Mentoring

As we are now back from our summer recess, I hope you all continue to enjoy your Freemasonry and see Mentoring within it as key principal for ensuring candidates and all Brothers have a fulfilling journey throughout.

Did you know that each Lodge and Chapter has an Area Mentor? A dedicated and experienced Freemason who provides assistance and support to them. I asked Robert Dash, Area Mentor at Sunderland Burdon Road:

What does it mean to you to be an Area Mentor?

When asked to be an area mentor I was surprised and intrigued as to “Why me”?

It was probably because I had developed an Introduction and Explanation Booklet for initiates as I am mentor for my own lodge, The Sunderland Lodge No. 4114.

I am enthusiastic about mentoring, having been a university lecturer and mentor for students and I see this this as a continuation of that role. It is a chance to promote the Craft and Royal Arch and at the same time provide an exciting and interesting journey for candidates.

It is important that all new initiates feel welcomed and understand the processes and procedures of the organisation they have joined. Being an Area Mentor gives me the opportunity to pass on my passions, not only to candidates, but also to lodge mentors by way of support and assistance if required. It also gives me the chance to contact new initiates and introduce myself and the province to them.

Mentoring is an art and a challenge. It demands a dedication, understanding of how people react to new situations and how to approach this with a mentoring method that suits them.

Being an Area Mentor is a privilege and one I hope to continue advancing Freemasonry in the Province of Durham.

Robert Dash PPGDepReg

Area Mentor Sunderland Burdon Road>232 Words

As we are now back from our summer recess, I hope you all continue to enjoy your Freemasonry and see Mentoring within it as key principal for ensuring candidates and all Brothers have a fulfilling journey throughout. 

Did you know that each Lodge and Chapter has an Area Mentor? A dedicated and experienced Freemason who provides assistance and support to them. I asked Robert Dash, Area Mentor at Sunderland Burdon Road: 

What does it mean to you to be an Area Mentor? 

When asked to be an area mentor I was surprised and intrigued as to “Why me”? 

It was probably because I had developed an Introduction and Explanation Booklet for initiates as I am mentor for my own lodge, The Sunderland Lodge No. 4114. 

I am enthusiastic about mentoring, having been a university lecturer and mentor for students and I see this this as a continuation of that role. It is a chance to promote the Craft and Royal Arch and at the same time provide an exciting and interesting journey for candidates. 

It is important that all new initiates feel welcomed and understand the processes and procedures of the organisation they have joined. Being an Area Mentor gives me the opportunity to pass on my passions, not only to candidates, but also to lodge mentors by way of support and assistance if required. It also gives me the chance to contact new initiates and introduce myself and the province to them. 

Mentoring is an art and a challenge. It demands a dedication, understanding of how people react to new situations and how to approach this with a mentoring method that suits them. 

Being an Area Mentor is a privilege and one I hope to continue advancing Freemasonry in the Province of Durham. 

Robert Dash PPGDepReg 

Area Mentor Sunderland Burdon Road>232 Words 

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Want to be an Area Mentor? Willing to step up and join a Team that assists and supports our Lodges and Chapters in maintaining robust and successful mentoring of their members. Keen on helping make Durham Freemasonry a healthy, happy masonic adventure for us all? 

Email: Mentor@durhamfreemasons.org 

Until next time Brethren!  

Gaurav Jamnadass, Provincial Grand Mentor 

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