The Freemasons of Flint take much pleasure in welcoming you, our visitor, and hope that you will find this Masonic web site both useful and informative. Flint Lodge meets at The Armoury Masonic Hall, Halkyn Street, Flint, North Wales and holds regular meetings on the second Wednesday in September to May. Installations take place on the third Saturday in November.
View Across The Lodge Room
View Up The Lodge Room
Flint Lodge was granted a Warrant on 12th June 1923, and was consecrated at the T. W. Hughes Memorial Hall, Church Street, Flint on the 31st October, 1923 by W.Bro. James Porter, P.G.D., D.Pr.G.M. The Memorial Hall was demolished some years ago, the site is now occupied by Delyn House, the Flintshire County Council building next to the Parish Church.
The Armoury Masonic Hall is also available for members of the public to hire for their private parties and functions. Details on contacting the Armoury can be found on the menu bar above - or simply telephone 01352 732983.
What is Freemasonry? (Hint)
Freemasonry is a way of life. It is fraternal in organization, religious in character, based on the belief in the Fatherhood of God, Brotherhood of man and immortality of the soul.
Freemasonry is NOT a secret society as many surmise. It is a voluntary association wherein the interested one comes of his own free will and accord.
Freemasonry is NOT a religion as many claim it to be. Freemasonry, in its every effort and purpose, strives to do charitable work within its membership and for society and, through its teachings, seeks to make good men better men. The lessons conveyed by our ritual are based on the Golden Rule.
Freemasonry is a band of men bound together in the bonds of brotherly love and affection that extends throughout the world.
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Copyright 2011: Flint Lodge No. 4544
Created and maintained by: W.Bro. David Anthony Fink