This is the web-site of a very different Lodge. Why?
Because membership is spread across the habitable surface of the Globe.
We use the Internet to share our experiences, thoughts and hopes with one another and hold meetings at changing locations around England three times a year. Our Installation Meeting though is regularly held in Manchester when every March we install a new Master of the Lodge.
For those who are not Free Masons I hope you find our web site pages interesting and informative and inspire you with the warmth we share with one another and the world we live in. I also hope the things we do and the camaraderie of our Lodge warms your thoughts and that we in turn spread some warmth to you and the world.
To our Masonic readers I hope you will find something of interest in our website and our articles and papers, inspiring in your dally journey in the advancement of your Masonic knowledge.
Saturday 18th March 2017 at 12:00 noon at
36 Bridge Street
- A quote from one of our members.
Our members come from all over the world including: Afghanistan, Andorra, Australia, Bermuda, Brazil, Canada, France, Germany, Greece, Grenada, Italy, Japan, Lebanon, Lithuania, Malta, Mauritius, Netherlands, Nigeria, Peru, The Philippines, Portugal, Romania, Russia, San Marino, Saudi Arabia, Serbia, Slovenia, South Africa, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, Thailand, Turkey, United Arab Emirates, the United States of America and Venezuela,; as well as Scotland, Ireland and the Isle of Man and from all corners of England and Wales.
Freemasons who are members of UGLE, or any Grand Lodge that is recognized by and in accord with UGLE, are welcome to become joining members. Information and the appropriate forms can be found on this site, please see the menu bars above.
We are pleased to publish an Introduction to English Freemasonry, which is based on an original idea by the Grand Lodge of Western Australia. It attempts to explain much about English Freemasonry and is particularly intended to be of help to Freemasons of different constitutions.
View An Introduction to English Freemasonry to read it.