Freemasonry in North Vancouver with the Duke of Connaught Lodge No. 64

Why have you decided to browse our site? Is it because your father, grandfather, uncle, or brother was a Mason? Could it be that you knew someone you had a lot of respect for was a Mason? Perhaps you are seeking North Shore Masons to find out more about Freemasonry, or is it a curiosity to understand why many important men in history have been known to be Freemasons. Perhaps your just curious as to what Freemasonry is all about.

Freemasonry Overview

Freemasonry has been around for 300 years and has been described and perceived in many different ways but mainly it has been described as a system of morality, veiled in allegory and illustrated by symbols. On the surface, it can be described as a fraternity of men that live to be enlightened and empowered by the search for knowledge, brotherly love and compassion for all our communities. 

As a Freemason, you will see symbolic references in our daily journey such as how we start our day from the East where we seek enlightenment and where the morning light begins. From the East is where we begin our masonic journey. 

In Search of a better you

Freemasonry is often associated with making a good man better. Do you consider yourself to be a good man? Are you drawn toward knowledge, history, and mysticism? Would you like to surround yourself with like-minded individuals that seek a deeper understanding of themselves and treat each other as brothers? Do you want to better understand the symbolism in the world in which you live? Do you seek to make the world around you a better place? If any of these ideas interest you than Freemasonry may have some answers to that which you seek.

Are you interested in Freemasonry?

After your discussion, you will have met a great man and you will then have the opportunity to consider if Freemasonry is worth a deeper look. If you have more questions you can reach out to your contact and continue the conversation. Do not be offended if you are not asked to be a Freemason as we do not ask anyone to be a Freemason; instead, we welcome the request of any good man to be a Freemason on his own freewill and accord.

As an organization, our North Vancouver Masonic Lodge offers a unique experience under the direction of the Grand Lodge of British Columbia and Yukon.

North Vancouver Masons have been interacting with the Duke of Connaught Lodge No. 64 since 1912. Members of this masonic Lodge like to refer to ourselves as Dukes. As Freemasons and Dukes, we are always ready to hear from a good man.

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