Q. What happens at a Lodge meeting?

A typical Lodge meeting is rather like a football match. The first half of the meeting deals with one of the three ceremonial parts that lead to a new member becoming a Master Mason. Half time gives the members the opportunity to have a drink at the bar and mix with one another. The second half, referred to as the Festive Board, is where the members enjoy a meal and relax in one another’s company, a very sociable part of the evening.

The majority of Suffolk Lodges meet in the evening six to eight times a year. Although, we also have some Lodges that meet during day or at weekends to accommodate everyone’s busy schedule.