A warm welcome to the new home for the Liverpool Group from David Johnson, group chairman
We meet in an historic building situated at 22 Hope Street, in the heart of the Liverpool City Centre, it has been the home of Freemasonry in Liverpool since 1857. Over the years, the former private house has undergone several alterations and extensions.
Our membership of 500 men come from all walks of life. We enjoy an excellent social network which encompasses Masons, partners, families and friends.
We pride ourselves on supporting a wide range of charitable causes. This is achieved through individual lodge donations, the West Lancashire Freemasons’ Charity and the Masonic Charitable Foundation. The Masons of Liverpool and our wider West Lancashire Province provide substantial financial assistance to those less fortunate than ourselves and who are in need and distress. All of our charitable giving is provided directly by our own members.
If you are interested in becoming a Freemason or if you would like more information, please contact our membership officer by completing an enquiry form. He will be able to answer any questions you or your partner may have about Freemasonry in general and to satisfy any reservations and concerns you may have about the ideals of Freemasonry.
If you are already a Mason who is unattached from a lodge or if you have relocated to Liverpool or its surrounding areas, we would be very pleased to welcome you to our group.
Liverpool Group Chairman