Introduction to Lodge of St Mark

Who are we and where are we?  The Lodge of St Mark No. 6969 are a Craft Freemasons Lodge which meets at The Masonic Hall, Windmill Street in Hythe, a picturesque and historical seaside town on the south coast of Kent and one of the Cinque Ports.

When the Lodge started and when we meet  Formed in 1950, we have 8 Regular Meetings each year, held on the first Wednesday of each month from October to May.

Social events  We also hold social events at the Masonic Hall or at other local venues, with Members of other Lodges, family and friends all welcome to join us at these occasions.

Governing body  The governing body of Freemasonry in England, Wales, the Channel Islands, the Isle of Man and some Districts overseas, and hence the overall controlling authority for the Lodge of St Mark, is The United Grand Lodge of England (UGLE).  UGLE was founded in 1717 and has around 200,000 Members meeting at over 7,000 Lodges located throughout the country.

Provincial jurisdiction  Under the authority of UGLE, Lodges are grouped into Provinces by region and the Lodge of St Mark are within the jurisdiction of the Masonic Province of East Kent, which has over 6,000 Members and 250 Lodges, meeting at 35 centres.

More information required  For further details and information relating to the Lodge of St Mark and indeed Freemasonry in general, please take a moment to look through the remainder of this page and, in particular, the other pages referred to below;

Freemasonry – click here

Lodge Meetings – click here

News & Events – click here

Should you have any questions or require further information, please also feel very welcome to get in touch with the Lodge – click here.

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