The Grand Lodge of Western Australia is the governing body and administration centre of the Western Australian Constitution of Freemasonry. It is a sovereign body, which celebrated its centenary in 2000. The head of Grand Lodge is the Grand Master, MW Bro SA (Steven) Jancec; he is assisted in his duties by a team of Grand officers including the Deputy …View full post
It is because of the antiquity and the resulting mystery surrounding our origins that Freemasonry has developed into such a unique and to the uninitiated, complicated and mysterious organisation. Many of the myths surrounding the fraternity have evolved from the reluctance of members to explain our ancient systems of moral education to those they feel …View full post
Very early in the history of the Grand Lodge of Western Australia, some interested Freemasons began putting together a collection of Masonic books for their own reference and study; as the number of volumes increased, they were housed at Grand Lodge in Hay Street. From those humble beginnings, the collection has grown and now boasts …View full post
Masonic Care WA has been operating for over 35 years providing quality accommodation and care for Masonic members and their families as well as members of the broader community. As a non profit charitable organisation they provide residential accommodation, high & low care and day care for over 65’s as well as other facilities and services of …View full post
So….You’re Interested in becoming a Freemason? Freemasonry is a multi-racial and multi-cultural organisation. Membership is open to men of all faiths who are 21 years and above (or 18 and above if the son of a Freemason, know as a “Lewis”); law-abiding, of good character and who acknowledge a belief in a Supreme Being. You …View full post
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