London Rifle Brigade Lodge No.1962 was founded in 1882 and continues to uphold the traditions and camaraderie of our founding members well over 100 years later.
If you are already a Freemason you would be welcomed as a joining member, or if you would simply like to attend a meeting as a visitor. We welcome both military and non-military members to join the both historic and friendly environment to begin or continue your journey through the masonic craft.
London Rifle Brigade Chapter No.1962 formed in 1919 recently celebrated its first 100 years and provides members a further progression of their Masonic journey into Royal Arch Masonry.
We hold our Lodge meetings 4 times per year at the salubrious location of Mark Masons’ Hall, 86 St. James Street, London, SW1A 1PL and our Royal Arch Chapter meetings 3 times per year at Freemasons Hall, 60 Great Queen St, Holborn, London WC2B 5AZ.
If you wish to contact us, or wish to leave a message that you have visited our website, please leave a message using the Contact page or email our Lodge Secretary firstname.lastname@example.org. We would be delighted to hear from you.
On behalf of the Worshipful Master, Past Masters, Wardens & Brethren of London Rifle Brigade Lodge No.1962 we extend to you both our fraternal greetings and our thanks for visiting our website.
Freemasonry is about sharing a common desire for charitable support and following a high moral code. It is a male-only society, focused on following the three core principles and improving oneself and others. Our society is open to men of any race, religion, political belief and status.
One of the most common misconceptions about Freemasonry – and there are many of them – is that you have to be invited to join. There is absolutely no reason why you should not ask to join – in fact that is the correct procedure
Read about the latest updates and changes, related to our brotherhood
PRESS STATEMENT – THE QUEEN
It was with the greatest sadness that the United Grand Lodge of England learned of the death of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II, our longest serving British Sovereign.
GUIDANCE FOR LODGES AND CHAPTERS
Brethren & Companions, following the death of Her Majesty on 8 September, the following measures will apply.
Editorial W Bro Seb Giroux
Dear Arena readers, Summer is here, and I hope you are having a good time, whatever you do. The Masonic year may be over, but, oh my, did it get busy since spring! It is like everybody was raring to catch up on lost time. If the last few months are anything to judge by, next year promises to be very exciting. On a personal note, I shall leave the chair in Craft, become MEZ in Chapter, and there are some other changes I’ll mention next time.