All meetings and rehearsals are cancelled until further notice. Please check with your secretary for regular updates.
Now is the time more than ever to exercise our 4 core values; Friendship, Integrity, Charity & Respect.
In the absence of meetings, we would welcome all masons and visiting masons to support a ‘virtual’ toast with the Worshipful Master at each of the meetings below, on the Provincial Facebook site, see link below, at 9pm.
The Province of Guernsey and Alderney in the Channel Islands is one of the smallest Provinces of the United Grand Lodge of England, supporting just eleven Lodges.
Freemasonry came to Guernsey, the second largest Island in the Channel Islands, in 1753 in the reign of King George II. The Grand Master of the Ancient & Honourable Society of Free and Accepted Masons was John Proby Baron of Carysfort in the County of Wicklow, Ireland, and Freemasonry was spreading fast across the length and breadth of the land.
May 10th 1753 witnessed the birth of the first Lodge in Guernsey, the Lily Tavern Lodge No. 228 in St. Peter Port by the Moderns Grand Lodge.
- UGLE in the Press
- Freemasons vow to help protect the elderly
- Freemasons invite the whole country to toast ‘absent friends, and those working on the frontline in the NHS’
- Cheshire Freemasons provide support to vulnerable children
- When Masons met in a Mosque.
- Meet the UK’s oldest poppy seller.
- The Launch of Solomon.
- The Football Lodge playing for keeps.
- Hampshire Motorcycling Freemasons dress as Santa to present local charity with 1,500 presents for Children.
- Immortalised in Bronze and Glass. A closer look at the Roll of Honour and the Shrine in Freemasons’ Hall.
- Giving young people a second chance to learn at Jamie’s Farm.
- MCF donate over £280,000 to support people affected by floods, famine and hurricanes.
- Cancelled until further notice
- 14/11/2020: St. Sampsons & Loyalty combined ladies night
Upcomming & Recent events
In 1998 we moved into our purpose-built Masonic Centre in St Martin’s.
We are very proud of this magnificent building, a building much admired by visiting brethren.
For whatever reason you are visiting this website, we do hope that you will find it both interesting and informative.
Images opposite courtesy of Mike Stanford.