In One Hundred Years

 "A hundred years from now it will not matter what my bank account was, the sort of house I lived in, or the kind of car I drove. But the world may be different, because I was important in the life of a boy."

The teachings of the Order of DeMolay love of parents, love of God, patriotism, purity, courtesy, comradeship and fidelity...... are those which not only develop the best in Youth, but insure the best in Man.  Charles G. Dawes

Largest Fraternity

 DeMolay is a character building organization for young men who are 12 to 21 years of age.

Devotional Day

 On the Sunday nearest to March 18, it is the duty of Chapter members to attend church or synagogue/temple as a group at which a special service has been arranged. The religious creed of a DeMolay is his own, and he is encouraged to follow its teachings. Experience shows that many clergy enthusiastically cooperate with DeMolay in arranging a program suitable for this day. The sponsoring body may appreciate being invited to participate in the observance. For example, DeMolays and Masons might meet at the Masonic Temple or another convenient place and proceed in a body to the church.
The Chaplain is usually in charge of the arrangements for this observance:

  • The services could be conducted either wholly or partially by DeMolay officers, with DeMolay talent furnishing the music, such as a quartet or soloists.
  • In the event of an evening meeting, use the Nine o'clock Interpolation.
  • Ask a minister to build a service around the Seven Cardinal Virtues of DeMolay.
  • If a participating DeMolay is preparing for the ministry, try to arrange for him to provide the sermon or a short address on "The Principles and Teachings of DeMolay."

What do we Do?

That is a simple question what do you like to do?
Even if you should not answer a question with a question that is what we do.
Anything you want to do and can get the rest of the Chapter interested in.
Computers, wall climbing, ???