There are ten Craft Lodges in the Province of Jersey
plus an Installed Masters Lodge.
Having been formed at differing times over the past two centuries, there are rich variations in the ceremonies.
The oldest two were formed before the formation of United Grand Lodge in 1813 and undertake forms of Athol working.
One Lodge was formed for the French speaking members of the community, and to this day works a French translation of Emulation working, being the oldest French speaking Lodge under the English Constitution.
Another Lodge was originally formed as a Temperance Lodge, although this has been changed within the last two decades.
Being a small Province with all Lodges meeting at the one Temple, it is not uncommon to see our Grand Officers and Provincial Grand Officers in attendance at Lodge meetings, and formal Provincial visits to each Lodge take place at least once in each calendar year.
Visitors are always welcome at Jersey Lodges. Details of the Lodges are available together with their meeting dates and names and telephone numbers of the Secretaries. Please feel free to contact them if you wish to come to a Lodge meeting. NOTE - Jersey Lodges cease their activities during the Summer months.
Included in the list is the Sarnia-Riduna Lodge, formed in London for Channel Islands Masons to meet, should their activities take them to the mainland. From time to time, they will hold a meeting in the Channel Islands under dispensation.