Monday 24th August 2020
Lodge to open at 7.15p.m.
We are a Lodge of Freemasons who meet at the Handsworth Masonic Centre in Birmingham England.
On behalf of the members of Temple Lodge as the Master I would like to welcome you to this website which is purely dedicated to our Lodge within the Province of Warwickshire.
Our common aim is to enjoy each other’s company both within the Lodge and at the dinners that follows. Happiness is extremely important along with our commitment to Charity, both Masonic and Non-Masonic. The Temple at Wretham Road where the Lodge Meetings are held is shown to the left.
Each year the Lodge holds events where interested Non-Masons and their partners can attend and join us in the Lodge Room where they can meet the members dressed in their regalia. These informal “getting to know you” occasions include a brief explanation of the Lodge Room layout and Freemasonry in general. We then usually adjourn to the bar for informal drinks.
Following a few drinks we then enter the dining room to enjoy some good food and each other’s company.
Temple Lodge is always keen to recruit new members. If you would like more information about Temple Lodge or Freemasonry in general, please contact the Lodge Secretary here
The members of Temple Lodge hope that you find our site interesting, and we look forward to greeting you very soon.
Barry Bishop Worshipful Master
We meet on the first Monday’s in October (Installation), November, December, February and March and the fourth Monday in April.
We welcome all visiting Masons, please contact us to arrange your visit
We also welcome new members, we advise you to read the information on this site ‘Freemasonry is it for ME’ then contact us to find out more.
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