A public conference is an opportunity to meet with an obedience. In this case, it is also an opportunity to meet many sisters of ritual and practice.
The Feminine Grand Lodge of Memphis Misraim Masonic Obedience is incorporated as a non-profit organization subject to the law of July 1, 1901. Founded in 1965, it is currently one of the oldest denominations practicing the rite of Memphis-Misraim (called "Egyptian" rite) before the break and the dissolution in 1998 of the Grand Lodge of French Primitive Rite of Memphis-Misraim.
The Feminine Grand Lodge of Memphis-Misraim demonstrates the importance of sincere work in the stability of persuasion.
It is open to all women of good will who want to help build a more just and fraternal world, whatever their nationality, their origin, color, or creed.
With 50 lodges, 1300 sisters, it offers an essentially spiritual and initiatory process, because of its rite that borrows from ancient Egypt symbolic, putting people at the center of the cosmos, even as it borrows its ethical and philosophical approach from Greek thinkers and the Age of Light. It's approach is secular, led by women involved in the city who want to carry beyond the Temple their work and questioning "how to make the world more beautiful? ".