A Very Warm Welcome From
The Lodge of Unity 567
One of the oldest Lodges in England
The Lodge of Unity has been meeting continually for over 167 years, however, the average age of our members is probably one of the lowest in Warwickshire. We are an enthusiastic forward looking lodge who maintain and respect traditions inherited from our forefathers whilst not losing sight of the great pleasures of modern life.
In short we have fun. We enjoy our masonry and welcome all visitors and new members with open arms. We carry out our ceremonies with dignity and donate modest sums to local and national charities and in this, the 300 anniversary year of the founding of the United Grand Lodge of England, we have a number of great social events organised.
If you are already a Freemason and would like to visit our lodge; are interested in becoming a joining member; or would like to know more about Freemasonry then please don’t hesitate to contact us.
We meet the first Wednesday of each month, October to April at:
23 High Street, Warwick, England, CV34 4AX
Please note our new start time from February 2017 onwards will be 6.15 pm
In addition to regular lodge nights, our lodge of instruction, which was formed in 1929, is well attended and gives members the opportunity to learn our ‘Unity Workings’ in a warm jovial and friendly atmosphere. Here we not only learn ritual but also the who, why and where of freemasonry as well as Masonic etiquette, dress codes and how to give and receive toasts. We also discuss football, cricket, cars, beer and curry but never politics or religion. The Lodge of Unity Lodge of Instruction meets at 7pm on the third Wednesday of each month October to March.
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