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

Mount Moriah Lodge

The following is an anecdotal sketch presented at the unveiling of a memorial plaque at Siddal House, 1184 Hamilton Road, London, Ontario, on 10th June 1995 by the Historic Sites Committee of the London Public Library Board. It was prepared and presented by Sydney H. Grant, Historian of St. John’s Lodge No. 20 G.R.C....read more

Fanshawe Pioneer Village Historic Lodge

A group of Masons, principally the 1992 Masters, of the two London Districts were inspired by the old Mount Moriah Lodge in London to establish an “Historic Lodge” in the London and Middlesex Heritage Museum’s Pioneer Village, similar to the one in Black Creek Pioneer Village and the one in Muskoka Pioneer Village. In...read more

London East District History

The London East Masonic District was created in July 1966. At that time all the lodges in London and the immediate surrounding villages and hamlets were in the London Masonic District which consisted of 27 warrented lodges, plus 1 lodge under dispensation (Ionic 716 which received its charter in 1966). The 12 city lodges...read more