Integrity | Friendship | Respect | Charity
Our organisation is strengthened and enhanced by members joining us from every walk of life and every background. As you can see from our Blog posts about what it means to be a Freemason, everyone has a different experience and perspective, everyone is valued and included and everyone has something to bring and something to receive from their membership.
Like-minded men, enjoying each others company, practising what they believe in like common values, charitable giving whether time or money and a firm belief in the good of mankind are some of the reasons our members cite when asked what their membership means to them.
We believe in…
Respect for Others
Acting with Integrity
Making New Friends
Supporting the Community
If you would like to know more about us and what we do, just ask. Drop an email to the Secretary at firstname.lastname@example.org or have a look at the United Grand Lodge of England website which has videos and other resources to help you decide if it is of interest to you. In addition, our own Provincial Website has some further information about membership.
Our members don’t just come from the Petts Wood. We have members from the local Kent and South East London area including Bromley, Chislehurst, Orpington, Bickley, Sidcup, Swanley, West Wickham, Addington, Biggin Hill, Beckenham, Westerham, Tonbridge, Ashford, Dartford, Crystal Palace, Hayes, Croydon, Farnborough, Knockholt, Halstead, Sevenoaks, Edenbridge, Cudham, Green Street Green, Crockham Hill, Hildenborough, Chelsfield and many other locations. Some of our visitors come from London, Sussex, Essex and Surrey to our meetings.
The Lodge meets 4 times a year on Saturday afternoon at Oakley House, Bromley. Meetings are held on the 2nd Saturdays of January (our Installation meeting where the new Worshipful Master is Installed), March and November and the 3rd Saturday in May. Additionally we meet every Monday night at Oakley House between the last Monday in September and the 2nd Monday in May for our Lodge of Instruction which allows us to meet up regularly, practice our Lodge work and learn more about Freemasonry.