Becoming a Mason

Why Become a Freemason?

To find out more about Freemasonry it is worth looking first at the website of the United Grand Lodge of England. This site contains a vast amount of information about Freemasonry in general, and English Freemasonry in particular. A really good starting place is the video at this address:  https://www.ugle.org.uk/about-freemasonry

Once you have watched the video it is worth exploring more of the Grand Lodge website site including the magazine called Freemasonry Today.

Having taken a general tour of the Grand Lodge, you may now want to know more about what is available in your local area. It won’t be as impressive as the Grand Lodge building but the friendship and camaraderie will be just as good. Please contact the District Grand Secretary who will put you in touch with a Lodge in your local area.

Interested In Freemasonry?

Fill in the form below with your contact details and area you work and live in and we will put you in touch with a lodge in your area.

You can also reach us through the following.

 

Phone:

022 130 3711

Address:

9A Robert Street, Ellerslie

Auckland 1051

Coming together is the beginning. Keeping together is progress.

Working together is success.

― Henry Ford | Freemason

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Friday 09 September 2022

It was with the greatest sadness that the United Grand Lodge of England learned of the death of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II, our longest serving British Sovereign.

Queen Elizabeth’s father, His late Majesty King George VI and her consort, HRH The Duke of Edinburgh, were both Freemasons.  Her cousin, HRH The Duke of Kent, has been Grand Master of the United Grand Lodge of England since 1967, and will be sending a message of condolence on behalf of all English Freemasons to His Majesty The King.  Another of her cousins, HRH Prince Michael of Kent, has been Grand Master of the Grand Lodge of Mark Master Masons of England and Wales since 1982, and an announcement is being made from Mark Masons’ Hall.

God Save The King.