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St. Andrew's Lodge No.1 Halifax Nova Scotia

Saint Andrew’s Lodge No. 1   Constituted 1750

Oldest Masonic Lodge in the British Commonwealth Overseas.

Regular Communication is on the first Tuesday of the month, except July & August.

Freemasons Hall, 165 Coronation Ave, Halifax NS  Canada



“Freemasonry is an organization of like-minded men who accept a lifestyle based on a universal system of morality dedicated to the self-improvement of its members and thereby contributing to the building of a better community.”

 It is a system of morality and ethics that transcends political, racial,  financial and secular boundaries.

It is a belief that all men are  created equal, and all deserve respect, love, relief and charity. 

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Masonry encourages good men to become better men by promoting a life devoted to high ideals, community service and benevolence.  Men of every race and religion become Freemasons.  Each has a personal belief in a Supreme Being and a determination to conduct himself in a manner that will earn the respect and trust of others.


Meeting Night: 
First Tuesday of each month

except July & August
165 Coronation Ave

Meeting Time:  7:30 pm

Installations Month: March
Installations Time: 7:30 pm

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