The Spirit of St. Olaf Freemasonry in Cruden Bay

The  Antient, Free and Accepted  Lodge of Scottish Freemasons have been meeting in Cruden Bay since 1919 since when the  “Lodge” has been a popular centre of friendship for hundreds of village men.

Freemasons Lodges meet on a regular basis, generally during the months between October and May.  Lodge St. Olaf meets fortnightly from the first Thursday in October through until March inclusive, check our meeting dates with this link.

The local lodge in Cruden Bay, like all Masonic lodges is actively involved in benevolent and charitable causes, and fund raises on an ongoing basis to provide support and assistance where it is needed. Lodge St Olaf, although only  a small village lodge, has donated tens of thousands of pounds to local causes since its inauguration in 1919, and remains committed to the self same principles to this day.

If you are interested to find out more about the work carried out by Lodge St. Olaf, or Freemasonry in general, please use the links on this page to guide you to the answers of many “frequently asked questions”

The lodge always extends the hand of friendship to visiting freemasons, and is equally keen to meet potential new members who might like to join. If you fall into either of these categories, why don’t you take this opportunity to make contact by e-mail.


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