King David Lodge 1371 Lynn Valley Road, North Vancouver, B.C., Canada

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King David Lodge #93
 A.F.& A.M. B.C. & Y.R.
 P.O. Box 91845, West Vancouver
 West Vancouver, B.C. V7V 4S1

 

 

On behalf of the members of King David Lodge #93, under the auspice of Grand Lodge of British Columbia and Yukon, I welcome and invite you to explore this web site and the links found therein, that you may very likely discover for yourself what the very positive truths of Freemasonry are and what it can be for you.

"Organized Freemasonry, as we understand it today, began with the formation of the Grand Lodge of England in 1717 - hence our tercentenary celebrations in 2017. While not directly linked, we have taken a lot of our symbolism from stonemasonry. As with stonemasonry, Freemasonry is about moving from level to level as you gain further knowledge and experience, starting with being an apprentice. There are many different reasons why people join the Freemasons - one of the main reasons is camaraderie. Many friendships made through Freemasonry endure for life, and lodge dinners which follow our formal meetings offer members the opportunity to enjoy each others' company in a more relaxed and informal environment. Other reasons include a sense of belonging and structure - which are not always easy to find in today's fragmented society - and a desire to help other people by getting involved in the local community.

Most importantly of all though, Freemasonry is all about enjoyment - if members didn't enjoy Freemasonry they would not remain part of the organization in the way that they do."

The prime qualification for admission into Freemasonry is a belief in a supreme being. Having some form of  spiritual belief is the one thing that all Freemasons have in common, whatever their backgrounds might be.  Freemasons believe that people from different religions can “share a brotherhood, despite their theological and cultural differences.

Any questions you may have are welcome, However, One would never be invited to join, but he would need to come of his own free will and accord.


Cole Harvey
"Worshipful Master", King David Lodge #93

 

 If you have any inquiries or would like to speak to someone, please  contact our lodge secretary:

postmaster@kingdavidlodge.ca

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lodge hall  location

We are in support of the Cancer Car Program

 


references:
- Masonry's Love/Hate Relationship with Esoteric Traditions, Jay Kinney
- Nigel Brown, grand secretary of the United Grand Lodge of England