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Lodge Health Assessment - Version 2

Lodge Health Assessment - Version 2

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Metropolitan Grand Lodge and Chapter of London
The Restoration and Amalgamation Committee

LODGE HEALTH ASSESSMENT CHAPTER HEALTH ASSESSMENT The processes and actions below refer to lodges only. They do, however, apply equally to chapters. 1. INTRODUCTION A common theme running through many lodges that seek help from the Restoration and Amalgamation Committee is their failure to recognise the early symptoms of potential decline in sufficient time to take remedial action. There is no doubt that t
Metropolitan Grand Lodge and Chapter of London
The Restoration and Amalgamation Committee

LODGE HEALTH ASSESSMENT CHAPTER HEALTH ASSESSMENT The processes and actions below refer to lodges only. They do, however, apply equally to chapters. 1. INTRODUCTION A common theme running through many lodges that seek help from the Restoration and Amalgamation Committee is their failure to recognise the early symptoms of potential decline in sufficient time to take remedial action. There is no doubt that t

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Metropolitan Grand Lodge and Chapter of London
The Restoration and Amalgamation Committee
LODGE HEALTH ASSESSMENTCHAPTER HEALTH ASSESSMENT
The processes and actions below refer to lodges only. They do, however, apply equally to chapters.
1. INTRODUCTION
 A common theme running through many lodges that seek help from the Restoration and AmalgamationCommittee is their failure to recognise the early symptoms of potential decline in sufficient time to takeremedial action. There is no doubt that the earlier these symptoms are recognised, the easier it is to addressand maintain the health of your lodge.This document explains how to identify the early warning signs and carry out a more detailed assessment of the strengths and weaknesses of your lodge.
2. THE EARLY WARNING SIGNS
The form LON.VF2 is the Information Sheet that Secretaries are required to complete and send to their VGOprior to an official visit. Although not originally designed for Restoration and Amalgamation Committeepurposes, the data captured on the form is capable of identifying at an early stage the symptoms of futureweakness – even where at first appearance your lodge might seem secure. The example below is an extractfrom an actual LON.VF2.
Does the Lodge have: A Lodge of Instruction?Yes/NoIf "yes", how often does it meet?No Social events?Yes/NoIf "yes", what are they?No  Affiliations?Yes/NoIf "yes", what are they?No Period covered byLast Annual ReturnPrevious Annual ReturnRecruitmentMembershipPMs 18 How many Past MastersMMs23 in the lodge are members11Others 2 of the Royal Arch?
total 
43 46 AverageMembers 15 17 How many Master Masons AttendancesVisitors 2 4 in the lodge are members1
total 
17 21 of the Royal Arch?GainsInitiates 1 1Joining/Rejoining 1 0
total 
2 1 Year BookLossesDeaths 2 1Is the lodge entry correct ?Yes/NoRule 1812 0 If "No", give details:Rule 1480 0Resignations 1 0
total 
 5 1
The first thing to appreciate is that the information provided on the form does not necessarily answer anyquestions. But it does enable you to ask pertinent questions which focus directly on ascertaining the truestate of the health of your lodge. Their members believed this lodge was fairly strong, with over 40subscribing members and 2 Initiates and 1 joining member over the past two years. And without the

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