The Members of McMahon Lodge 3262 would like to warmly welcome you to our website.
If you are reading this then you may be someone who is interested in becoming a Freemason or someone that is already a Freemason and looking to join or visit a London Lodge. In either case we would welcome the opportunity of helping you.
For those thinking about becoming a Freemason you may be surprised that we can tell you just about everything you want to know. The only “secrets” are about some of our rituals because to reveal them would simply spoil the experience of those that have not yet experienced them.
So, if you are interested then please don’t delay in contacting our MEMBERSHIP SECRETARY at the e-mail address on the Contact Page of this website.
Should you already be a Freemason and looking to join or visit a London Lodge then please contact me the LODGE SECRETARY at the e-mail address on the Contact page of this website.
Freemasonry is about sharing a common desire for charitable support and following a high moral code. McMahon is a male-only society* focused on following the three core principles and improving oneself and others. Our society is open to men of any race, religion, political belief and status.
If you feel like McMahon Lodge can help you begin, or continue on your career in Freemasonry you can use the ‘Contact Us’ page.
We meet at Mark Masons’ Hall, St James’s Street, London SW1, on the Fourth Friday in February, the Third Friday in May, the First Friday in October and the Second Friday in December.
Read about the latest updates and changes, related to our brotherhood
Cycling challenge for Prostate cancer awareness
Prostate cancer is now the third deadliest form of cancer in the UK, causing more deaths, than to those suffering from breast cancer, with only half as much money being spent on research into the disease, whilst sadly the number of men dying from prostate cancer continues to rise.Read More
The Lodge of Nine Muses makes National Trust donation
On 8th May 2019 Officers and Past Masters of The Lodge of Nine Muses No.235 presented a charitable gift of £1,000 towards the National Trust’s, Stowe Gardens Renovation Project.Read More