Recording of the event can be found here

Watch shaping Our Future at Richmond Lodge 2020
Recording of shaping our future at Richmond Lodge 2020. Hear from panelists about their key takeaways and learn their thoughts about what is important for meeting in-person and online.

On June 23rd at 7PM Richmond Lodge Online is hosting a panelist event where everyone will have the opportunity to share first impressions and thoughts about how recent changes for connecting online will shape our future.

The panelist for the 23rd has been finalised and includes: Bruce Cowie, Erwin Genuino, Joel Solomon, Ian Burgess, Jay Rottem, Colin Peterson, Justin Stark, Wayne Millard, Liam Cole, Deven Sumputh, Steve Latimer, Damian Byrne and Paul Raye.

To encourage participation and to get a broad range of thoughts shared we will be using a format where each panelist will have 90-seconds to present. After each has presented we will have online interactive activity where everyone watching online can share their thoughts, share what's important and for a little bit of Q&A.

To join Richmond Lodge online ...

  • To join the online meeting use Richmond Lodge Online.
  • Get more involved - during the online meeting you can also participate interactively, use Richmond Lodge Interactive to answer questions, vote on polls, share ideas and to be really involved.
  • To join via the phone use +61 3 8594 5980 PIN: 513 884 683#
Point the camera on your smart phone at this code to GET INVOLVED online and share your first impressions. 

Email and let us know that you are planning on joining, if you would like to present, if you have a question or if you would like to be notified when we share the recordings.

On June 9th at 7PM Richmond Lodge Online Richard Elkington joined us to share thoughts about the future, Richard is the Grand Master Elect and it was interesting to hear his presentation plus the Q&A that followed - recording to be released shortly.

Read more to find out what Richmond Lodge is doing on a weekly on a Tuesday night at 7PM and for more information. All of these are informal, fun and interesting events open to members and friends meaning that you don't need to be a Freemason to join.

Share these events with anyone that you know would be interested to join.