The grand object of Masonry is to promote the happiness of the human race

Bro. George Washington - 27th December, 1792
Freemasonry - Making Good Men Better

OUR STORY

Always living on the level

In 1861, with the assistance from M.W. Henry Wallace Lowry, the Lowry Lodge was constituted. Over the following 28 years, it went on to grow in size and location until it arrived at it's present location of Brighton, Australia.

IN THE BEGINNING

Following the founding of the Grand Lodge of Victoria in 1889, the Lowry Lodge and Brighton Lodge combined and was officially given the designation of #37.

THERE WAS LIGHT

Since those early days, our Lodge has gone on to help many thousands of men of good repute to become outstanding individuals.

DISCOVER OUR PROJECTS

Charity is just one of the important components of Freemasonry, among our individual charities, we also collectively assist the community.

While Freemasonry contribute to charities that have an enormous impact on society, Masons do not perform this in order to receive gratitude, fame or recognition. Masonic charity is practiced in order to improve the betterment of mankind.

Masonic charity doesn't mean just raising money for causes. It means to give a part of oneself and one's time; something there is never enough of. Similar to the idea of "paying it forward", through helping a community, it is hoped they will do the same for others.

 

DID YOU KNOW?

The Brighton District Lodge No 37 being the direct descendant of the Lowry Lodge is among Australia's oldest and longest-lasting Freemason Lodges.

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HERITAGE


 
 

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