Empty Chair Ceremony

The Empty or Vacant Chair ceremony dates back to 1875, a decade after the close of the American Civil War, when it was used in Masonic lodges to pay tribute to those who did not return from the war.

Since then it has been used by many lodges at Remembrance Day to pay homage to those Brother Masons who fell during WWI, WWII, and other wars; or it may be adapted to remember Past Masters, or Members.

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