St George’s Esher Masonic Lodge in Surrey.
“A united and true Brotherly Lodge”
Could a name of greater appeal or potential incentive be found inscribed on the banner of a new lodge than that of St. George, patron saint of England and likewise linked with English Freemasonry, as the chivalrous embodiment of the light against evil and the upholding of faith throughout the ages?
St George’s Esher Lodge was founded in 1934 and was the 200th Lodge to be consecrated in the Province of Surrey.
It had the prized advantage of meeting at the old church in Esher in its early days but now meets at the Masonic Halls at Glenmore House in Surbiton.
Are you thinking of joining the Freemasons in Surbiton?
St George’s Esher Lodge embodies all that is good about Freemasonry and welcomes men from all walks of life into our Masonic Lodge.
Regardless of your religion or status in life we welcome your enquiry.
So who can join the Freemasons?
As you might expect there is a criteria for joining the Freemasons in Surrey.
You should be of good character with no criminal convictions, be aged over 21 years and able to demonstrate a commitment to the Lodge as it will demand some of your free time during the ‘Masonic Season’. We meet four times per year at Surbiton:
We also meet in between times for Lodge of Instruction. This is where we gather to rehearse for ceremonies for forthcoming degrees.
Besides Masonic business we also have social gatherings for our families to meet and have fun and get to know each other.