Welcome to the website of the Military Lodge 2621, whether you have arrived here by accident or by choice we warmly invite you to take a look and perhaps satisfy your curiosity to some degree of what the Masonic Brethren is about.
The Military Lodge 2621 was formed in 1896 by a group of serving Officers and NCOs from various regiments at a time when the RAF didn’t exist and the Army and Navy were large and deployed all over the world.
Times have changed and our members are from all services and other walks of life with a strong Military and Historical interest bond. Of course, as Masons we share similar core principles of respect, truth and charity.
We are a friendly and lively lodge who always welcome visitors, joining members and new freemasons alike. We are fortunate to have a membership with a wealth of experience at one end, which gives the newer Members a chance of rapid learning from a deep well of knowledge and understanding.
We formally meet four times a year in London at Mark Mason’s Hall, 86 St James’s St, St. James’s, London.
If you are interested in understanding more, visiting or joining us please click here, we look forward to hearing from you.
Thank you for Visiting
The Military Lodge, is a warm group of friends, motivated by a common sense of decency. Some of us have served and others have relatives who have. All of us have a strong sense and interest of History. In 2021 we are celebrating 125 years since our foundation…
If the above outline is of interest and you would like to know more, please click [here] and provide us with some contact details to get the process moving. All initial contact is strictly private and you are not committing to anything other than a conversation to address your queries…
Our formal meeting dates are 4 times a year (detail available to members)
We also have practice sessions or Lodge of Instructions, on-line and face to face when we can
We are in the process of scheduling some revised dates for informal events following Covid-19 lockdown
Please watch this space for further updates
Read about the latest updates and changes, related to our brotherhood
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