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OLD LANCING LODGE 4660

Discover Freemasonry

One of the oldest secular social and charitable organisations in the world, modern Freemasonry’s roots lie in the traditions of the medieval stonemasons who built our castles and cathedrals.

 

For Freemasons, there are four important values that help define their path through life:
 

Integrity, Friendship, Respect and Charity. 

In today’s world filled with uncertainty, these principles ring as true now as they have at any point in the organisation’s history.

Old Lancing Lodge - 4660

Easter Warn
Up Sermon

9:00 AM -

3:00 PM

500 Terry Francois St,
San Francisco 

The Light
Project

9:00 AM -

3:00 PM

500 Terry Francois St,
San Francisco

The Old Lancing Lodge was consecrated on Monday 15th December 1924.  Our Founding Master was the RW brother the honourable Mr John Sankey, 1st Viscount Sankey, an exhibitionist into Lancing who famously went on to become Lord Chancellor in Ramsay McDonald’s government, and set out the Living Tree doctrine of constitutional interpretation that became the foundation of Canadian constitutional law.  The Sankey Declaration of Human rights in 1940 laid the foundation for the Universal Declaration of Human Rights.

The Lodge was formed specifically for OL’s, Staff, and those closely associated with the college who are or want to become freemasons. The lodge accepts both new initiates into freemasonry, as well as joining members who have already joined the craft elsewhere.  If you would like to be initiated, or to join, please simply email the secretary or complete the contact form, and we will be in touch to guide you through the appropriate steps.

 

We are part of the Public Schools Lodge Council (PSLC), Metropolitan Grand Lodge, and the United Grand Lodge of England (UGLE).  As such, our membership is limited to those requirements, but Female OL’s may be interested in HFAF or OWF, with which we have close links.

 

Find out more about freemasonry below.  We would be more than happy to talk in more detail with anyone curious in exploring further.

 

Additionally, the lodge has a significant charitable aspect, and is interested in supporting the college and its students through a number of ways – read on to find out more about both Freemasonry in general and our charitable giving in particular.

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