We are one of the world’s oldest fraternal societies with members across the four corners of the globe. We have strong links with various other lodges throughout the Province and you will find us very friendly and supportive in our approach to local causes. We have various social functions and charity commitments throughout the year for which you are most welcome to attend or contribute and to generally meet with each other in fellowship.
Companionship, friendship and fellowship are important in life and integral in the life of the Lodge. What a difference it makes when travelling through the various degrees with others by our side upon our journey of faith. God brings us into fellowship with him and with each other.
This is what it means to be part of the Body of Lodge, one with him above and one with our Brethren here at Lodge Whifflet St John 963 and our Sister Lodges. May God continue to bless us and to bind us closer together in brotherly love, friendship and fellowship.
We continually support various charity causes and endeavour to support the more local organisations within our area. We continue to support various organisations with an annual sponsored walk and also hold bowling days both in competition format and for local charity events.
There are many ways in which we gather both socially and formally. If you have free time on your hands why not join us on one of our days out or drop us a line through this web site.
Further details can be found in the Lodge future events page.
You can find us by looking at the map below and we meet on the following evenings.
The 2nd and 4th Tuesday September through to May at 730pm with our Annual Installation on the 3rd Saturday in December at 4pm.
All visitors are most welcome and we afford an open invitation to all from within and outwith the Province to come along and join us in fellowship.
Masonic Temple, Wood St. Coatbridge
We are situated in Wood Street, Coatbridge in a quiet residential area around half a mile from the town centre. Access to Wood St. is easily accessible from the A89 main Glasgow road, with parking available in front of the Temple or adjoining street.
We would ask all Brethren on leaving the Temple to afford our neighbours all due courtesy and respect by keeping the noise in the local surrounding area to absolute minimum.