The Fraserburgh Lodge of Freemasons #1055

Can I Come & visit the Lodge?

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screen shot of meeting dates & business.

Visitors are always welcome at Fraserburgh #1055.

We meet on the first Tuesday of the month, the season starts in October and ends in April the following year, and unless circumstances dictate otherwise we Tyle at 7:30pm.

How do I find out what the business of the evening will be?

In most cases the business of any evening will be advertised on the Home Page of the site as and when that information becomes available.

But if you're coming a long way you might want to double check, sometimes events dictate a last minute change. I would recommend you email one of the Lodge members listed on the Contacts Page.

I just walk in the door?

If there is no one present that can vouch for you it may be that you will taken aside for a short test to prove yourself. If you're not sure what is involved in this then ask a Brother of your own Lodge, I'm sure you'll find them only too happy to pass on some of their wisdom.

membership card
membership card.

What do you mean by "vouch"?

To be vouched for simply means you are recognised by a Brother and he will attest to the fact that you have attained a rank sufficient to gain you entry to the Lodge for the degree being worked.

Are there other ways in which I can prove myself to be a Freemason?

Masonic Diploma
Grand Lodge of Scotland
Masonic Diploma.

Alternatively, you can take a some form of recognised Masonic identification, such as a diploma or membership card. In some cases Brethren travelling far from home will request a letter from the Lodge Secretary.

There has been a lot of talk regarding a Masonic passport, and I have seen a proposed template for the Royal Arch passport, but as of yet I know of no plans to implement this into Craft Freemasonry. So I think it would only be fair to say that this is still some time off.

If you're not that confident you might want your first visit to be in the company of a well known Brother, who will vouch for you, or with a senior or more experienced Brother who will take care of matters, after that your face will be recognised.

Whatever you decide I'm sure you will find it a pain free and simple process to gain admittance to the Lodge.

I only recently joined a Lodge and I'm worried about the correct forms?

We've all been there, we all had to learn and rely on the patience and forbearance of more experienced members as we slowly learned about the who's, the how's, the what's and the when's...

The Brethren of #1055 are no exception to this, and we would rather see you, mistakes included, than not at all.

Its out of season but I would really like to see the inside of the Lodge?

Although I personally don't know of it happening here, I do know of a few Brethren who have travelled to (some not so) distant places and made a point of hunting down a local Brother and getting a guided tour round a Lodge. So if you are here and would like a look round the Lodge use the information on the Contacts Page, the Brethren will do their best to accommodate you.