Saint Cedd Lodge Nº 6519 is a Freemason's lodge in
the Masonic Province of Essex and is warranted under the United Grand Lodge of
England. The Lodge had its first meeting in October 1947.
One of the greatest strengths of Freemasonry is the variety of its members, their employment and hobbies. Freemasonry has always encouraged men of different backgrounds and beliefs to become members. Our age range is equally diverse, ranging from 35 to 83.
We have brethren from diverse trades such as: Accountants, Professional Engineers, Building Industry Specialists, Scaffolders, Chauffeurs, IT Consultants, Doctors, Cab Drivers, Police Officers and Flooring Tradesmen.
Our members mainly live in Essex but we have brethren as far North as Inverness, to the South and West in Bude and Truro, and to the East in Amsterdam. So you are bound to fit in!
The Lodge is named after Saint Cedd (pronounced Sed). Cedd was born in Northumbria circa 620 and was raised on the island of Lindisfarne. Cedd was appointed bishop of the East Saxons and was a Bishop of London which was part of the East Saxon kingdom in those days. Cedd founded many churches and monasteries in Essex and died on 26 October in the year 664
The Lodge meets on the 4th Saturday in November (Installation),
4th Saturday in January (Burn's Night), 3rd Thursday in
May and the 4th Thursday in September.
The Lodge of Instruction meets on the second Thursday of the month at Hartswood Golf Club in Brentwood, Essex by invitation of the Secretary and Preceptor
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