Freemasons believe in an ethical approach to life. Our values are based on integrity, kindness, honesty and fairness. Members are urged to regard the interests of the family as paramount. However, Freemasonry also teaches and practises concern for people, care for the less fortunate and help for those in need.
CARE AND LOOKING AFTER BRETHREN, THEIR FAMILIES AND WIDOWS
As you should be aware, The Grand Master has suspended all Masonic meetings under United Grand Lodge of England and Supreme Grand Chapter of England for a period of four months with immediate effect.
Whilst the West Lancashire Freemasons Charity office is closed, the 24-hour emergency helpline still remains active. Please call 07709 487 919 should an emergency arise.
Your lodge and chapter almoner has also been issued with specific guidance from the Provincial Grand Almoner via your Local Care Team.
A warm welcome from Colin Jenkins, group chairman
In my role as Chairman of the Southport Group of Masonic Lodges and Chapters, I bid you a warm welcome to our new group website which is so ably managed by our webmaster Lee Martin and his team, to all of whom I am indebted for producing such a professional and informative site.
Freemasons have held meetings in Southport for over 150 years using various buildings in the town, until in 1956 our present home, which was originally a Methodist Church, was purchased and converted into what is now one of the most prestigious Masonic Halls in West Lancashire. The group is very privileged to have a dedicated and resourceful management team, who in liaison with the Masonic Hall Foundation, devote their time and expertise to maintaining this beautiful structure in its fullest splendour…
What’s it all about
This video explains the key elements of Freemasonry. It has been produced for use by all Freemasons in the Province. Please take every opportunity to share it with your family and all your non-Masonic friends