The Old Epsomain Lodge - No.3561 - Consecrated November 30th 1911.
The Old Epsomian Lodge
No.3561 Consecrated 30th November 1911
The Badge of Innocence
A peculiar system of morality veiled in allegory and illustrated by symbols..… The most important people in Freemasonry are those who wear the white Aprons, as they represent the future...
See your own contribution, however small, play out in the world around us..
The collective achievements of Freemasons, however small, play out in the world around us...
The second London Air Ambulance
It’s comforting to look up and see the ‘Square and Compasses’ painted on the underside of the new London Air Ambulance.. A collective force of over 40,000 London Masons committed £2M to making this happen.
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Do something real...
Freemasons collectively make a difference..
WELCOME TO THE OLD EPSOMIAN LODGE
Freemasonry is one of the world’s oldest and largest non-religious, non-political, fraternal and charitable organisations.
Its roots lie in the traditions and ceremonies of the medieval stonemasons who built our cathedrals and castles. Some rituals are still celebrated today.
The Old Epsomian Lodge owes its historical affiliation to The Royal Medical Benevolent College, now know as Epsom College, founded by Dr. John Propert, in 1853.
Our Lodge continues to maintain strong ties with The College, holding at least one meeting per year in the Main Hall. The Lodge also awards the Citizenship Prize every year to one outstanding student, be it a boy or girl, whose innate character displays the qualities on which Freemasonry is founded.
Whilst much of The Lodge’s membership is made up of former students, we are first and foremost an ‘open lodge’ and welcome members from all walks of life and across the globe.