Our Worshipful Master, WBro Andrew Jenkins, and Brethren welcome you to the website of Per Caelum Lodge 8602 in the Metropolitan District of the United Grand Lodge of England.
If you are new to Freemasonry and are looking to find out a bit more, may we suggest that you start by clicking on the link “FAQs about Freemasonry”. This will give you a brief explanation as to what Freemasonry is about. If you are already a Freemason and would like to find out more about Per Caelum Lodge, please use the “About” link.
We hope you enjoy browsing our website and find it interesting and useful whether you are already a Freemason or if you would like to be a candidate to join our historic order. If you want to find out more about Freemasonry in general and the Per Caelum Lodge in particular, please feel free to contact our Lodge Secretary using the link provided.
Freemasonry is about helping good men to become better men and is probably one of the oldest, and most enduring personal development courses in existence.
If you are interested in becoming a Freemason, and joining our society we welcome your enquiries. There is no obligation upon you if you decide not to proceed at any stage, but unless you ask us we won’t know about your interest.
We meet on the 3rd Thursday of October (Installation), December, February and May. For 2019 the meeting dates will be: 21st February – Raising; 16th May 2019; 17th October 2019 – Installation; 19th December 2019.
Read about the latest updates and changes, related to our brotherhood
Lonely and isolated older people living in the capital helped by grant from London Masons
Lonely and isolated older people in Holborn, Covent Garden and Bloomsbury will be helped back into community life, thanks to a grant of £77,827 from London freemasons and the Masonic Charitable Foundation.Read More
Metropolitan Grand Master Hosts Summer Garden Party
On Saturday 6th July 2019 the Metropolitan Grand Master, RW Bro Sir Michael Snyder hosted a sell-out Summer Garden Party at Queensmere, an 80-acre lakeside, woodland estate, in the heart of the Berkshire countryside.Read More
One of the hidden joys of being a Freemasons is visiting other Lodges and with over 6 million members worldwide you are sure to find a friendly welcome either near to home or further afield. This was put to the test on a recent visit to Australia when the Secretary of Bloomsbury Rifles Lodge No. 2362, Ian Edmed, had the privilege of attending a Lodge meeting at the Hastings Masonic Centre in Port Macquarie which is within the United Grand Lodge of New South Wales and the Australian Capital Territory.Read More
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