The Masonic Hall, Woolpack Lane, Whittlesey
St Andrew Lodge No. 4087 is a Masonic Lodge meeting at Whittlesey.
Lodge membership comprises individuals from all backgrounds and age ranges, Current members include former Soldiers, Sailors and Airmen, farmers, tradesmen, engineers, salesmen, drivers and motor mechanics, etc. People from similar backgrounds would find they have much in common with us.
Regular Lodge meetings start with the Annual Installation meeting on the second Tuesday in October at 4.30pm. We then meet at 6.15 pm on the second Tuesday of every month until May. We ask members to attend all regular meetings of the Lodge if possible and we actively support every member in his progress through the Offices of the Lodge. The Lodge has a strong nucleus of experienced members, with some more-recent and younger members who are progressing in their understanding of Freemasonry and who will secure the Lodge’s future.
The Lodge members believe that every member brings a different gift; not all are great ritualists, organisers or a potential Secretary or Treasurer. However, every brother is afforded the opportunity to become better at what they enjoy doing and indeed those things that they find a challenge.
The Lodge also meets socially. We hold a Ladies Festival in February, this being organised for all the Ladies of the Lodge. Other social and informal gatherings are arranged by the Committee or the Lodge membership. Non-Masonic guests, friends and family are especially welcome at our social events.
We encourage any man over 18, with 'strict morals and upright intentions' with a belief in a Supreme Being, to contact us. As with all Freemasonry, neither religion nor politics are discussed at meetings. We seek as members those who can commit to a regular attendance at Lodge meetings and who wish to contribute to the life and work of the Lodge itself.