About Mount Sinai Chapter

Mount Sinai Chapter R.A.M. No. 212 G.R.C. is Chapter of Royal Arch Masons, under the jurisdiction of The Grand Chapter of Royal Arch Masons of Canada in the Province of Ontario. We draw our membership from Masons in the Greater Toronto Area, and beyond.

We meet on the First Tuesday of each month, except for the months of January, July, August and September at:

Richmond Masonic Temple
112 Crosby Avenue
Richmond Hill, Ontario
Tel: 905-508-0244

Chapter opens at 7:30 p.m., and we usually admit visitors by 8:00 p.m.

Relevant links:

Map - access a fully scrollable map of where we meet.  Use the controls at the upper left of the map to scroll to areas adjacent to the map, and to zoom in or out.  Use the buttons at the upper right to change from a map to a satellite view

How to Join - if you are a Master Mason who is interested in joining the Chapter.

Contact - contact the Scribe Ezra

Mount Sinai Chapter was Instituted on February 19, 1918.   In the recent past, we have amalgamated with two Chapters in the Greater Toronto area, and perpetuate their memories and history:


The Aurora Chapter R.A.M. No. 235, G.R.C.
Instituted March 29, 1922
Amalgamated with Mount Sinai Chapter May 1, 2005
Met in Aurora


University Chapter R.A.M. No. 241, G.R.C.
Instituted October 17, 1922
Amalgamated with Mount Sinai Chapter November 7, 2007
Met in Thornhill

University Chapter had two prior amalgamatons in it's history:

The St. Clair Chapter R.A.M. No. 231, G.R.C.
Instituted 1921
Amalgamaed with St. Alban's Chapter September 29, 1991
Met in Richmond Hill

St. Alban's Chapter R.A.M. No. 217, G.R.C.
Instituted 1919
Amalgamated with University Chapter May 7, 1996
Met in Thornhill

We proudly display the Charters of each of these Chapters in the Chapter room.  The Photo Gallery has pictures of all of the Charters, along with the Warrants of Amalgamation for our two amalgamations.

Please use the Past Principals link to see a list of all the Past Principals of our Chapter, and each of the Chapters we perpetuate through the amalgamations.