Welcome to St Luke’s Lodge No.6540

Admiralty Civil Servants who were Masons and wished to continue with their Masonic activities formed St Lukes Lodge. They had been transferred to Bath from the various Royal Naval Dockyards for the duration of the Second World War but were never returned to their home bases so they formed the lodge in 1947.

Their first informal meeting was held in the church hall of St Lukes Church in Wellsway, Bath and as a mark of gratitude they adopted the name of St Lukes for their Lodge name. Today we have a wide cross section of members from many professions and callings but we all share that same interest to help others and to contribute to the well being of the community in general.

We have a very active Lodge of Instruction that meets on the second and fourth Tuesday of each month from September to May. These are informal meetings where we encourage recent and established members to take an active part in our ceremonies and learn more about Masonry in general. Each year we hold a Festival to demonstrate the work that has been achieved during the year and is aimed at extending the knowledge and the confidence of the Brethren. All Masons are cordially welcome.

Latest News

Gerald Bryant – 60 Years in Freemasonry

Tuesday 23 April was not only St George’s Day, but also a night to remember for St Luke’s Lodge when VW Bro Ray Guthrie, Past Deputy Provincial Grand Master of Somerset, attended the Meeting to [...]

When the Duke of Sussex visited Bath

In 1819, the Grand Master of the United Grand Lodge of England, the Duke of Sussex, visited Bath to take part in the dedication of a new purpose-built Masonic Hall in York Street. He [...]

New Newsletter

The first issue of a new Newsletter for all Bath Freemasons has just been published.  It is called the North East Corner. The Newsletter will be issued three times a year, in May, September and December, and is [...]