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My year has come and gone so fast and its been a fantastic experience. I have managed to visit so many other Lodges as Worshipful Master and would strongly recommend all new Masters to do the same... You only get one year as Master, make the most of it... the memories will last a lifetime
Congratulations to our Master elect Bro. Andy Jones, I hope you enjoy the year as much as I have
Welcome From Our Worshipful Master
Upminster Masonic Centre
Freemasonry constantly strives to receive trustworthy men into its organisation and through its teachings will assist you to appreciate the friendships and improve society in general. Men like yourself, who we hope will actively participate at our meetings, will enjoy a unique comradeship and develop a confidence in communicating with others that will enable you to put our Masonic ideals to good effect.
Countdown to the next Meeting
W.M. W.Bro Neil Duggan
If you are interested in becoming a Freemason, or you wish to visit our Lodge please contact firstname.lastname@example.org and he will be happy to arrange.
Congratulations to W.Bro Ricky Pool on his appointment to PPGStB
What is Freemasonry?
Freemasonry is one of the oldest and largest fraternal societies in the world.
It will provide you with a code of living in today’s community, based on good moral and ethical standards.
It is an organisation of men who try to live by the principles of integrity and goodwill which unifies them, regardless of colour, creed or worldly status.
It is a non profit making organisation that is involved in supporting charity and service to the community.
It will provide you with a common interest where you can meet and enjoy the company of like minded men from all walks of life.
Want To Join or Have a Question?
United Grand Lodge of England
Freemasons Hall - Great Queen Street
The Grand Temple at Freemasons Hall