Welcome to the Provincial Grand Mentor’s Web Page
Worshipful Brother Eugene C Clemence
Parc-an-Bans, Camborne, TR14 7RW
Telephone: 01209 – 718762
Mobile: 07786 – 365596
The purpose of the Mentoring Programme throughout the Province of Cornwall, is to ensure that every Freemason enjoys his membership, understands Freemasonry in its greater context and is supported in becoming involved in the work of the Lodge and encouraged to enjoy its activities.
- To ensure the continuity and promote the growth of Freemasonry in general and specifically in the Province of Cornwall
- To create a sense of belonging, understanding & involvement – for all Brethren
- To ensure the Craft is an enjoyable and fulfilling place to be and that Brethren are well able to communicate this to others with confidence and enthusiasm
- To promote the Holy Royal Arch Chapter throughout the Province allowing the Brethren to take their Masonry to the next Level or step as it were.
- To address the need for Retention and to support Recruitment, Retrieval and Recovery.
Like all successful organisations the Province and Freemasonry itself must strive for continuous and forward-thinking improvement in our people and processes. Mentoring is no exception. To this end the Province is developing a new Mentoring Policy and relevant sections of the new Membership Pathway, which will allow clarity of purpose for all Brethren in the Province.
- The newly developed Mentoring processes will be delivered and facilitated by the Provincial Grand Mentor at a Provincial level and provided locally by Lodge Mentors, with the support of their new Area Mentors, made up by a team of Past Active Officers offering a range of knowledge and experience to assist Brethren across the whole of the Province at any stage of their respective masonic careers.
- The Provincial Grand Mentor and Mentoring Team will be working on the rolling out and promotion of the Solomon Project under the leadership of, and in conjunction with the Provincial Grand Orator a member of the National Development Team for the Solomon Project.
- Solomon is a central repository of informative material that will answer some of the questions and point members along the path of daily advancement in Masonic knowledge.
- The objective is to take what is best of the existing Provincial Mentoring scheme and expertise and where appropriate, extend its delivery to Brethren using an assigned Personal Mentor, who will be co-ordinated and supported by the Lodge Mentor. This will be combined with a more consistent approach to delivery and a higher visibility of the mentoring process itself and Provincial Mentoring Team, it is anticipated to re-enforce that which is already in the DNA of all Brethren – simply being a good Brother and Freemason.