Freemason Lodges open their doors to the Public 9th September, 2017. The Deputy Provincial Grand Master Keith Reade gives a talk on the history of the Freemasons at the Masonic Centre open day.
Guernsey’s Freemason Lodge opened their doors to the public on Saturday in a bid to share their history, highlight their core principles and disprove accusations that we are a secret society. Presentations were held throughout the afternoon at the Masonic Centre in St. Martins, which is the home to nine of the ten lodges across Guernsey & Alderney. Islanders were invited to look around the different lodge meeting rooms and facilities. Deputy Provincial Grand Master Keith Reade said it was important to clarify what the free masons do and debunk some common misconceptions. We are often accused of being a secret society, but we are absolutely not.
Photos courtesy of the Guernsey Press
 Province of Guernsey & Alderney 2018
Freemason Lodges open their doors to the Public 9th September, 2017. The Deputy Provincial Grand Master Keith Reade gives a talk on the history of the Freemasons at the Masonic Centre open day.
Guernsey’s Freemason Lodge opened their doors to the public on Saturday in a bid to share their history, highlight their core principles and disprove accusations that we are a secret society. Presentations were held throughout the afternoon at the Masonic Centre in St. Martins, which is the home to nine of the ten lodges across Guernsey & Alderney. Islanders were invited to look around the different lodge meeting rooms and facilities. Deputy Provincial Grand Master Keith Reade said it was important to clarify what the free masons do and debunk some common misconceptions. We are often accused of being a secret society, but we are absolutely not.
Photos courtesy of the Guernsey Press