The Grand Lodges

The Grand Lodge Of Nova Scotia

The Grand Lodge Of Nova ScotiaMasons in Nova Scotia are overseen by the Grand Lodge of Nova Scotia, A.F. & A.M., composed of some 100 Lodges with a membership of nearly 6000 members. Lodges are organized into districts. Each are governed by the Grand Master, the Ruler of the Craft. He is represented by a District Deputy Grand Master who is elected and recommended by each District. Every Lodge is ruled and governed by a Master, Wardens and various other officers.

Regular meetings are held once a month, but some Lodges take time off during July & August or January & February each year. Be sure to check in each area to see when they are open. There are initiation fees and annual dues that are required from each member.

Grand Lodge Of Nova Scotia
167 Coronation Avenue
Halifax, NS, Canada B3N 2N2
T: (902) 423-6149
F: (902) 423-6254
E: glnsoffice (at) grandlodgens.org
Website URL: www.grandlodgens.org

On this page you will find links to the many Grand Lodges through out Canada, United States of America and the United Kingdom.

It will give you the chance to visit these other Grand Lodges even if only via the internet to see how they promote and advance the cause and message of Freemasonry!

The Grand Lodges Of The United Kingdom

logo_ugle_bThe United Grand Lodge Of England

The United Grand Lodge of England (UGLE) is the governing body of Freemasonry in England, Wales and the Channel Islands. Its headquarters are at Freemasons’ Hall, Great Queen Street, London.

logo_glscotland_bThe Grand Lodge Of Scotland

The Grand Lodge of Antient Free and Accepted Masons of Scotland (founded 1736) is the ‘head office’ for Scottish Lodges in Scotland and overseas.

The Grand Lodge Of Ireland

The Grand Lodge of Ireland is the second most senior Grand Lodge in the world and the oldest in continuous existence.

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