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We extend a warm welcome to those who are visiting our Website for the first time and trust you find the information both interesting and informative.

Our Lodge meets in the centre of Birmingham at Saint Paul’s Club, Just off Saint Paul’s Square. It is a fine example of a Georgian town house which provides an intimate and sociable environment to hold our meetings.

Do you support local charities in your community?
Do you need a New Challenge in life?
Have you considered becoming a Freemason?
Learn more about Freemasonry by coming to one of our open evenings.

Here are just some examples of the diverse range of charities who have benefited from donations from this Lodge recently: Birmingham Food Bank; St Pauls Church; Care after Combat; the West Midlands Salmon and Trout Fishing charity to name but a few.

Why not consider Joining our Lodge and be part of a community which makes a difference to people who are less fortunate than ourselves and have some fun doing it.

Our new Masonic season starts in October, In November we will be celebrating RW Bro Michael J Price CBE P Prov GM 50 years in Freemasonry on Thursday 23rd November at Kings Heath Masonic Temple. It promises to be a splendid occasion.

We welcome visitors to our Lodge, if you are considering joining a new Lodge why not visit us first, get to know the Members, review our plans over the next few years, it will show that we have a full program of activities and provide an excellent mentoring scheme for our new Brethren.

If you would like to know more please contact our secretary via email sec4436@gmail.com

Thank you for taking the time to visit our website we look forward to welcoming you to our Lodge

Our Principles

Every true Freemason shows tolerance and respect for the opinions of others and behaves with compassion and understanding to his fellows.

From earliest times Freemasons have been taught to help, to the best of their ability, those in distress. Without detriment to any who are dependent upon them, and to give their support to outside Charities.

Freemasons strive for truth both in their view of themselves and in their dealings with others. Masonry requires high moral standards and its members endeavour to uphold these principles in their public and private lives.

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Lodge of Hope and Saint Alphege No 4436
Saint Paul’s Club,
No 34 Saint Paul’s Square,
Birmingham B3 1QZ

For details how to join…
Call 07745 427 529

Lodge Email: Sec4436@gmail.com