Maryland Encampment - Order of Saint George North American Grand Commandery
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Maryland Encampment

The Maryland Encampment has been created as an extension of the services of the Order to the Northeastern United States of our North American Commandery. Our continued aim is to raise funds to aid persecuted Christians in the Middle East, while also supporting other causes like our endorsement for the Green Beret Foundation as one of our Official Veteran's charities. The Maryland Encampment continues to look for new members to enrich its ranks to support our noble cause. Should you wish to explore further, kindly send us an email to which we will promptly respond.

Members of The Order sustain its work directly by means of an annual subscription, voluntary donations, and actively engaging in charitable activities – large or small.

We welcome into membership ladies and gentlemen who wish to be involved in improving the lives of others.

Further information can be obtained by contacting
Chevalier Herb Rivera, KCStG, Chancellor of Maryland, at maryland@orderofstgeorgenorthamerica.org or (443) 690-3660.

 

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Herb Rivera, KStG
Chancellor of Maryland
Order of St. George, North America

International Knightly Order Valiant of St. George: U.S. 501(c)3 and Registered Charity, England, 1137397.
An organization with Special Consultative Status with the United Nations Economic & Social Council since 2015.
The North American Grand Commandery is an official 501(C) 3 non-profit and recognized as a Public Charity in the USA.

To become a Knight of St George, one must be a Christian by faith.
The Order is not a political organization and does not engage in politics.
The Order recognizes the Constitution and statutes of the United States and of its several States as sovereign and temporally supreme public law.
The Order does not allow its members to act contrary to their obligations to their country.  The Order of St George. (also referred to as OStG) is not associated in any way with Freemasonry.