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.
A warm welcome from Colin Rowling, group chairman
Welcome to our website. Freemasonry has been practised locally for 100’s of years. The first lodge in the area was constituted in Prescot in 1753 and is still thriving with an enthusiastic membership. Freemasonry in the group is not restrictive in terms of cost or occupation.
The cost of lodge membership is much less than that of the Golf Club and our membership embraces most occupations including those of lorry and bus driver, solicitor, tradesman, teacher, railwayman, pharmacist, surveyor, cleric, businessman and police officer.
Any man who can afford the modest cost of membership, is over the age of twenty-one (18 in exceptional cases), and shares our moral and social values will be warmly welcomed into Freemasonry. Generally, our lodges meet once a month, seven or eight times a year. Meetings are structured and formal. We learn about Masonic principles and their application to the betterment of our everyday lives and society in general, but particularly those less fortunate than ourselves….Read more
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