The Commemorative Order of
St. Thomas of Acon
The Commemorative Order of St. Thomas of Acon is an independent British Christian masonic organisation. Constituted in 1973 under charter from The Grand Master’s Council.
The Order of St. Thomas of Acon was established in 1974 as a result of twenty years’ research in the Guildhall Library in London by John E. N. Walker, who for many years was the Secretary General of the Societas Rosicruciana in Anglia. The ancient records of the Order, written in medieval French and Latin, had been deposited in the Guildhall Library and escaped the Great Fire of 1666. The Order now operates under the official title of The Commemorative Order of St Thomas of Acon.
Chapel of St. Christopher
Consecrated in 2009
St. Christopher No. 82 is a Chapel of the
Commemorative Order of St. Thomas of Acon
4th Sat (May) & 1st Sat (Oct)
Other Important Dates
1st Saturday in October
Membership of the Order is restricted to members of the United Religious, Military and Masonic Orders of the Temple and of St. John of Jerusalem, Palestine, Rhodes and Malta, or its equivalent in other countries.
Should a member of this Order cease to be a member of a Masonic Knight Templar Preceptory, or a subscribing member of a Chapel of the Order, his membership of this Order ceases automatically.
How to Join
St. Christopher No. 82
Membership is restricted to those who are
subscribing members of the Knights Templar.
Membership is by
written invitation only.