Welcome to the Website of Clerestory Lodge, Number 6551, a Craft Lodge, and part of the Metropolitan Grand Lodge, and Headquartered at Mark Masons Hall, 86, St James.
We are a very enthusiastic and fraternal group, currently of approximately 30 Brethren, that has for many years been recognised by visiting Officers of MetGL Brethren, and visitors from other lodges, for its friendship and conviviality.
In keeping with the best traditions of freemasonry, we are always happy to welcome new members, and naturally will provide a warm welcome to visiting brethren, where from local, national or international lodges.
Most Freemason’s lodges have particular features that illustrate an element of individuality. This also helps to single out each lodge as having significant attributes that make visiting each other’s’ temples so rewarding.
Clerestory Lodge always welcomes new members. It is likely that the aspirant candidate will have been identified either by a member of our Lodge, or has been recommended to us either from UGLE, Metropolitan Grand Lodge, or other Lodge who knows of an individual who seeks membership based upon residency in London. Please click below for further details on How to Join.
Clerestory Lodge no. 6551 meets quarterly at Mark Masons’ Hall at 86 St. James’s Street, London, on the fourth Friday of March; first Friday of June and the second Fridays of September and December; the latter being the Installation meeting. We will hold additional meetings (by dispensation) should it be necessary to conduct the business of the Lodge.
Read about the latest updates and changes, related to our brotherhood
London Royal Arch Digest Autumn 2021
Here are just a few of the London Royal Arch Chapters that have started to meet again over the autumnal months, not just throughout central London but within dedicated Masonic Halls and Centres from Ealing to Croydon, Chingford to Harrow and Southgate to Penge.Read More
London Royal Arch Digest Autumn 2022
Here are just a few of the London Royal Arch Chapters that met over the Autumn of 2022 within dedicated Masonic Halls and Centres from Chingford to Harrow, Ealing to Croydon, and Southgate to Penge, as well as throughout central London.Read More
Welcome Aboard London Craft and Royal Arch Freemasonry
Engagement with Lodge and Chapter Members is one of the four key tenets of The New Members’ Pathway. This engagement process is never more important than that at the outset of a mason’s journey, whether it is just after his initiation into the Craft or his subsequent exaltation in the Royal Arch.Read More