Member's Stories

Why did you want to be a Templar?

All too often people are happy to sit back and keep quiet, not standing up to injustice, oppression or hatred, letting others struggle in trying to bring about positive change in the world. I didn't want to be the person who sat back, I wanted to be someone who could make a difference and for me, that's who and what a Templar is.

Mark Borrington

Grand Prior of England & Wales
Supreme Preceptor of the Preceptorial Court

Being a Templar means being there for each other, it means studying Templar history, it means fellowship and growing, it means becoming the man I want to be; not better than anyone else, but better than I was yesterday.  

Simon Connally

Bailiff of Wales
Grand Preceptor of the Preceptorial Court

The strength gained from the company of like-minded brothers and sisters ensure that I can increasingly integrate the virtues of chivalry and core principles into my everyday life. I believe the witness of the Templar spirit is very much needed within contemporary society.

Martin Nathanael

Knight Chaplain