Tria Juncta in Unitate
Second Wednesday in June, second Tuesday in September (E)
Consecrated in 2011 and meet in June and September (E) each year, as well as a Recreational Meeting in the Spring. Membership is restricted to those who have served in the armed forces and we dine at a London club as chosen by the Master Steward. All the founders were members of the Honorable Artillery Company but now all three services are well represented and the Chapter is thriving. The emblem of the Chapter, which bears a passing resemblance to the jewel of the 18th degree, is formed by a pair of unsheathed swords, crossed near the hilt to form an angle of thirty-three degrees, superimposed on a fouled anchor, with the sword points resting on its base, and surmounted by an eagle with its talons grasping the ring of the anchor; thus representing the three services. The image of the holy cross can easily be seen within the emblem.