What is Freemasonry?

Start your masonic journey here

A personal journey awaits you. Become a better you. Make new friends, help deserving causes, and contribute to charity and society. A hobby guaranteed to widen your horizons. Click here to find out more

How to join - Become a Freemason

Are you ready for the next Chapter?

Open to Master Masons of over 4 weeks standing, you can continue your masonic development by joining the Royal Arch.

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Masonic Support for Charity during Covid-19 

Middlesex Masons have been very active and generous in supporting local hospitals, food banks and creating initiatives to support others.

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Discover Freemasonry

Freemasonry is opening its doors to new members with special open evenings .

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What is Freemasonry?

Freemasonry means something different to everyone who joins

For some, it’s about making new friends and acquaintances. For others, it’s about being able to help deserving causes, contributions to charity and society. However, for most, it’s a hobby and somewhere to meet new people from all walks of life. Click here to find out more.

How to join - Become a Freemason

Joining the Freemasons

If you are thinking of joining Freemasonry in Middlesex and are wondering how to be part of a unique worldwide charitable organisation. If you live, or work in Middlesex and would like to join a Masonic Lodge. Click the button below to get in touch. Click here to find out more.

Universities scheme

Universities scheme

It was nearly 200 years ago that the first university Lodge, Apollo University Lodge, was founded at Oxford, with Isaac Newton University Lodge following soon afterwards at Cambridge. Since then many thousands of young men have been introduced to Freemasonry through these two Lodges, and they provided the inspiration for the Universities Scheme. Click here to find out more.

Women's Freemasonry

Is there Freemasonry for women?

A question we're often asked is, "Is there Freemasonry for Women?" We're please to say that the answer is yes! If you would like to find out more information we recommend that you have a look at the websites for the following organisations: The Honourable Frafternity of Ancient Freemasons (HFAF) and The Order of Women's Freemasons.