Freemasonry in Rugby was first established in the year 1844
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the Lodge of Rectitude No. 502

This Lodge meets on the second Tuesday of each month between October and May.

Meeting Places used.

Spread Eagle Hotel, Market place, Rugby – 1845
George Hotel, Market Place Rugby – 1850
The Town hall, High Street, Rugby – 1859
Masonic Hall, Albert Street, Rugby – 1888
Masonic Hall, Castle Street, Rugby – 1898

Masonic Hall, Church Walk, Rugby – 1936 to present day

Joining the Freemasonry

What is Freemasonry?

Freemasonry is the world’s oldest secular, fraternal and charitable organisation that teaches moral lessons and self-knowledge through allegory and symbolism.

How to become a Freemason?

It is a common misunderstanding that you have to be invited to join Freemasonry. The correct procedure is, in fact, that you should apply to join.

The essential requirements for membership

Following completion of your application form you will be required to attend an informal interview with four or five senior members of the Lodge.

What will be expected of you as a Freemason

A Freemason is expected to learn and show humility through his initiation and advancement in the Lodge.

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The Lodge of Rectitude

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