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Lodge Antiquity No 1 It was another emotional night at Lodge Antiquity’s August meeting, when VW Bro Wing Commander Ivan Benitez-Aguirre, occupied the Chair of King Solomon and initiated his ...
Do you want to take your Masonry to new heights? If yes, then this is the idea for you! VW Brother Clive Lipscombe (PDGIW) is an avid aviator exploring the prospect of bringing masons and local com ...
Masonic Chanukah Message - Rabbi Brother Danny Yaffe The story of ancient Chanukah takes place in the year 167 BCE at the peak of Hellenism and when some of the greatest Greek philosopher ...
United Grand Lodge of NSW & ACT
Freemasonry is a time-honoured and globally recognised fraternal organisation that traces its roots back to the medieval stonemason guilds. It is built upon the foundational principles of brotherly love, relief, and truth; and promotes personal growth, social responsibility, and moral uprightness among its members.
The teachings of Freemasonry are conveyed through a series of stories and symbols, emphasizing the importance of virtue, integrity, and community service.
The United Grand Lodge of New South Wales and the Australian Capital Territory stands as a beacon of Masonic tradition, fostering unity, knowledge, and camaraderie. Established with the mission to uphold and advance the values of Freemasonry, and serving as a guiding light, ensuring that the Masonic tenets are preserved and passed down through generations.
A Principled Way of Life
Freemasonry offers men a unique environment to learn self-development lessons both theoretically and practically, fostering growth through understanding and hands-on experience.
Embodies respect, kindness, and compassion, uniting all Masons in a bond that transcends all differences.
Signifies compassion and assistance, driving Masons to support those in distress and contribute positively to society.
Our guiding principle, promoting honesty, integrity, and the earnest pursuit of knowledge & understanding