Freemasons in Edinburgh, Masonic, Freemason Lodges & Freemasonry

There are various Freemason Lodges In Edinburgh, this page is to help you find the right masonic lodge for you. You can find lodges in all the areas of Edinburgh.

Freemasonry has long been mistakenly seen as a secretive organisation and the anti-Masonic web sites, of which there are many; perpetuate a twisted view of the craft. Interestingly, there are a number of really secretive organisations. Some with questionable motives, but they are not attacked in the way Freemasonry is. But rather than dismiss their criticisms out of hand, they will be confronted, addressed and corrected.

Masonic & Freemason Lodges in Edinburgh

Some of the various freemason lodges in the Edinburgh area.

Lodge Abbotsford 937

11 Morningside Drive, Edinburgh, City of Edinburgh

Lodge Abbotsford No 937 – Chartered 5th February 1903. Lodge Abbortsford was chartered by the Grand Lodge of Antient Free and Accepted Masons of Scotland on the 5th February 1903.

The Lodge meets in the Morningside District of Edinburgh at the Morningside Masonic Association premises 3rd Thursday – October to December, 3rd Thursday in January,3rd Thursday February to April and on the 1st Thursday in May we have our “Mark” Degree. Our Installation and Festival of St John meeting is held on the 3rd Thursday In December.

The annual open Burns Supper is held on the Friday nearest 25th January, the birthdate of “Scotland’s” national bard.

Lodge Dunedin Caritas 1316

11 Morningside Drive (off Commiston Road), Edinburgh

It is designed for our visitors and members to keep them informed of Lodge business. You will find details of our Regular Lodge Meetings and diary dates for our members. We meet on the 2nd Friday of each month between October and May. Our normal meetings tyle at 7.15pm, our Annual Installation in December tyles slightly earlier at 6.30pm

Having visited our website why not come along to the Lodge and visit us. Our Right Worshipful Master, the Wardens and the Brethren of the Lodge are always delighted to welcome you. Details of our Regular Meetings can be found in the Syllabus section.

If you can’t make our next meeting then don’t worry. There are 5 other Lodges that meet on the same premises. I’m sure you’ll find a suitable date.

Lodge Royal Thistel (The Royal Scots)

11 Morningside Drive (off Commiston Road), Edinburgh

We meet from the fourth Monday in September until the fourth Monday in April.(Except December, third Monday Our Installation is held on the first Saturday in May.
We are members of the Morningside Masonic Association and our premises are at 11-23 Morningside Drive Edinburgh EH10 5LZ.

Morningside Masonic Association

11-23 Morningside Drive (off Commiston Road), Edinburgh

The only Masonic Centre in Scotland, We are home to four different Lodges working under the Scottish Constitution. Lodges that meet within the MMA are The Lodge of Edinburgh St Andrew No48, Lodge Abbotsford No937, and Lodge Royal Thistle (The Royal Scots) No1338 & Lodge Dunedin Caritas No 1316. We also are home to The Morning Dance Academy. We hire our Hall for private functions and have a fully stocked bar and catering facility. Please contact us if you wish to hire our Hall for any Dance class or keep fit studio please contact us for long or short term commercial hire.

The Lodge of Brotherly Love No1428

5 Roseburn Gardens, City of Edinburgh

The Lodge of Brotherly Love No1428 meet at 7.15pm on the first Wednesdays from October to December, the third Wednesday in January which is our annual Burns Night, and reverts back to the first Wednesdays between February and May inclusive. Our Installation and Festival of St John is held on the last Saturday in May, starting at 5pm.

We’re based at 5 Roseburn Gardens in Edinburgh and would be delighted to welcome you into our Lodge. Visit our website to find out lots more about us!

The Lodge of Edinburgh St Andrew No48

14 Kirk Loan, Corstorphine, Edinburgh. EH12 7HD

Constituted in 1868 Lodge Kirkliston Maitland will celebrate its 150th Anniversary in 2018. Since 2008, Kirkliston Maitland have shared a Temple with Lodge St. John Corstorphine 788.

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