The MoAS office receives reports two times a year from local A&S ministers. Below are some highlights from the wonderful projects and interesting work found in those reports recieved in Winter of 2020.
The MoAS office hopes that this list can become an ongoing repository of online A&S classes being held by artisans throughout the kingdom.
As the MoAS Office learns about online A&S classes, we will post them here.
If you know of an online class to add to this list, please e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org
The short answer is YES. However, in other ways this can be a complicated question that can be approached from a few different angles. I've included two quotes below summarizing the questions I have heard people ask about this topic, along with a response to each question. "I’ve heard that Laurels are not supposed to... Continue Reading →
Greetings to the Kingdom from your MoAS! Below are a series of Q&A’s discussing a topic that I have seen come up in a discussion recently. That topic has to do with the place of merchants in our peerage orders. I would like to offer my thoughts on this topic, in the hope that it... Continue Reading →
July 21, 2020: Central Region Greetings! The MoAS office would like to continue to share news of notable A&S activities mentioned in our summer MoAS reports. Today, with my Central Region A&S deputy, THL Arabella De Mere, we would like to acknowledge the work of Baroness Johanna Dudley as the MoAS for the Canton of the Towers, in... Continue Reading →