A dynamic society whose values are based on integrity, friendship, respect and charity.
Would you like to find out more about becoming a Freemason in Jersey?
Freemasons’ Lodges have existed in the beautiful Channel Island of Jersey since 1756.
Freemasonry is one of the world’s earliest and largest fraternal organizations.
Its guiding principles are integrity, friendship, respect, and charity.
For over 300 years, Freemasonry has helped enhance the character of its members by providing opportunities to meet with others and discover new perspectives that perhaps they would not experience in day-to-day life.
Through Freemasonry in Jersey we enjoy a vibrant social life, making long-lasting friendships both in, and outside of the lodge, and strive to make a positive impact on our local communities.
By exploring our website, you can discover what it means to be a Freemason in Jersey and how you can enquire about joining a local Masonic lodge.
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Find out more about everything Freemasonry has to offer.
Head of Jersey Freemasonry
A message from RW.Bro. Graham L. Spence
Light Blues Club
A unique opportunity for new Freemasons to make new friends and explore Freemasonry
Masonic Media Resources
In our media section you can watch a number of helpful videos to find out more about Freemasonry.
You may have lots of questions about joining the Freemasons. Here we list some of the most popular questions
The very essence of Freemasonry in our local communities. Supporting those in need.
Visit the Masonic Temple in St Helier
Arrange a tour with the family to view the inside of the Masonic Temple in Jersey
For daytime visits - Please use the contact us form.
There are no meetings in July and August.
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News and articles
Keep up to date with what is happenning in Freemasonry in Jersey
Jersey Freemasons have been honoured by being the first Masonic Province to receive the Lifelites Platinum Partner award which recognises the Province’s past and ongoing
Press release from the United Grand Lodge of England Freemasons supporting over a million people with mental health issues To help more than 1.4 million