St. John’s 81 Lodge

In 2017 Doric 289 & St. John’s 81 amalgamated to form Rising Sun 81. In 1793 Lt. Governor Simcoe made a trip from Niagara to Detroit. Lt. Talbot was with him and he later laid out and started Caradoc Township of Middlesex County. The first settlement in Middlesex was just north of the present...read more

Doric 289 Lodge

In 2017 Doric 289 & St. John’s 81 amalgamated to form Rising Sun 81. On July 27th, 1872, a number of Freemasons met in Lobo Village at the home of Dr. J.D. McLeay for the purpose of forming a Masonic Lodge. The names of those present at that meeting were to become the Charter...read more

Autism Spectrum Disorder Project

Following the election of our new Grand Master every two years, one of their first actions is to name their “Grand Master’s Charity” for support by the brethren. This effort is additional to the regular charity projects supported by the Masonic Foundation of Ontario. Grand Master Green’s “Project Prostate Hope” was highly successful and...read more

William Mercer Wilson Centre

WHAT IS THE WILLIAM MERCER WILSON CENTRE? An 86 Unit apartment building to provide affordable housing for older MASONS, their WIDOWS, FAMILIES and OTHERS. A residence where Seniors, with similar life-styles, may age in place, even when health deteriorates. While planned primarly to serve the needs of the Masonic Community, the Centre is open...read more

Acacia Lodge

In the latter part of the year 1920, six members in the London District met for the purpose of discussing the formation of a new lodge. It had been some forty years since such an occurrence in London and these brethren enthusiastically brought about the fulfillment of all the necessary requirements to apply to...read more
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