Magnus Lodge No. 3441

The Magnus Lodge 3441 in Newark is the second oldest Lodge in the town having been consecrated in 1910. It is therefore a well-established and traditional Lodge with an enviable reputation for the high quality of its ceremonies and the undoubted abilities of those brethren who take part in them. Originally meeting in Newark Town Hall the Lodge moved to its present location in the Masonic Hall, The Avenue, Newark in 1975.

Although a small Lodge in terms of numbers its membership covers both a varied age group and a wide spectrum of outside interests, professions and businesses.  The traditional Masonic, yet relaxed atmosphere, established over its many years encourages participation by those who wish to have an active part in proceedings as well as those who just take their enjoyment from being a member of this ancient craft. 

New members, both as initiates who wish to join this unique brotherhood and those existing Masons who wish to join the membership are assured of a warm welcome into what is a convivial, brotherly and friendly atmosphere both in the temple for its ceremonies, and following each meeting, with an enjoyable meal at the festive board where relaxed conversation is always topical and interesting.

Magnus Lodge meets only four times a year on the second Tuesday of each month with its Installation (Annual) meeting in October followed by December, February and April. Holding fewer meetings than other lodges suits those brethren whose time maybe a little more occupied in other directions. 


The Magnus Lodge No 3441 looks at the past 100 years

WBro Philip IngalI P.Pr.S.G.W. takes us through the last 100 years of Magnus lodge.

"Suffice it to say that Magnus, although a relatively small Lodge has, over its hundred years, been a happy Lodge. It has played its part in the Province and has produced some outstanding Masons during that century of existence. Over that century of time the face of Freemasonry has changed radically and, under the influence of our current Grand Master, it has become a more open society which, although still cherishing its unique proceedings, is one that the members can now be proud to admit they belong and to embrace the slogan "A Force for Good"

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