Paulinus Lodge No. 3957
We are a friendly community of men from all walks of life, with a wide range of interests and ages, who enjoy Freemasonry together.
Paulinus Lodge. A popular lodge where you will always receive a warm welcome, and we are known for the friendly reception that our guests receive. We welcome regular visitors from lodges in Lincoln and other lodges in the country and abroad
Paulinus Lodge was Consecrated on 29th May 1919,
Paulinus Lodge was named after a young Roman Monk sent by Pope Gregory the Great to help St Augustine in his conversion of the people of Britain. He became the Bishop of York whose diocese included then, Lincoln.
Paulinus died on 10th October 644 and therefore that date is now designated St Paulinus day.
We are proud to share a home of our own in Lincoln with other Lodges and orders.
Paulinus Lodge meets 9 times a year on the 1st Wednesday of the month at 6:30pm (Excepting January when it is the second Wednesday)
Meeting in September, October, November, December, January, February, March, April and May. we then break for a summer recess.
After the lodge meeting, which takes approximately 2 hours, we get together for an evening meal in a semi formal but relaxed setting and
enjoy the company of our friends with the obvious social enjoyment.
We are a body of men banded together for the purpose of mutual moral and social support, we endeavour to cultivate and exhibit charitable support in many areas.
We recognise that a Masons duty is first and foremost to his own family, to help their families understand who we are and to enjoy each others company,
we hold many social functions where many lasting family friendships have been made.
If you find you would be interested in joining Paulinus Lodge,
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