About Us

About Lodge St Alban and Freemasonry

Lodge St Alban offers a number of points of difference including:

  • Encouraging membership of men of like minds, of all faiths, 18 years or older, who simply have a belief in a Supreme Being. They need to have high respect for their fellowman, with a desire to meet and fratenise in quality surroundings.
  • Matters of religion and politics are not undertaken, discussed or condoned in the Lodge.
  • Meetings are held in the CBD at Freemasons Hall, 254 North Terrace Adelaide, the home of the Grand Lodge of SA and NT.
  • Five meetings per annum held on the 2nd Thursday of March, May, July, September and November, convenient for men with busy lives.
  • Meetings commence at 6.30pm sharp, followed by a fully catered meal.
  • The Installation meeting, (for change of Officers), is held in November.
  • Rich Masonic traditions are maintained in meetings, assisting with life skills.

The Benefits of Joining Lodge St Alban

  • Lodge St Alban received the Grand Masters Award of Excellence in 2009 and is recognised as a Lodge of Excellence. The Lodge maintains high standards in line with this recognition.
  • The Lodge meets at Freemasons Hall, 254 North Terrace, Adelaide – a central city location.
  • Meetings commence at 6.30pm and are held on the second Thursday in the odd months March to November. This suits men with busy lives.
  • The Lodge membership comprises men from all walks of occupation and business.
  • Following the formal meeting a catered dinner is available, called the Festive Board. This is where networking and general camaraderie takes place.
  • Further information is available from the secretary.

About Freemasonry

  • Our core values are:
    • High moral standards
    • Commitment to family, charity and community care
    • Courtesy, honesty and fairness in all dealings
  • Freemasonry revolves around timeless principles including truth, honour, decency, kindness and support. While everyday life is constantly changing particularly with technology, these principles remain intact and form a moral code which Freemasons strive to live by. Living a good and positive life, helping others, continuous self-improvement and improving relationships with family and friends aid to improve society as a whole.
  • Freemasonry is unique in that the lessons taught through its age-old rituals have remained unchanged over the centuries, which collectively aim to make good men better.
  • Freemasons meet in Lodges conducting various ceremonies (called degrees), wearing aprons, in recognition of the genesis of the organisation stemming from the old stone masons, along with regalia, all of which distinguish their rank. Freemasonry is a progressive organisation.
  • The Grand Lodge of South Australia and Northern Territory has produced a publication titled, “Freemasonry What’s It All About”. To view this, click here.

A Modern Restatement of Freemasonry

Freemasonry is a modern institution, founded on ancient human beliefs…

To view this informative paper open the following link –

A Modern Restatement of Freemasonry

Freemasonry Explained

An address was provided to The Rotary Club of Adelaide on 22/6/16 to provide information about Freemasonry.

To view this address olpen the following link –

Freemasonry Explaned – Address to Rotary Club of Adelaide

SA Freemasonry and ‘The Great War’ of World War 1

Open the link below to view South Australian Freemasonry involvement in the Great War.