Bristol Masonic Society
Province of Bristol


The Society was formed in 1917 with the objects of increasing the interest of brethren in Masonry by means of lectures, papers and discussions on its history, antiquities, ritualism and symbolism, and to provide a centre and bond of union for masonic students in the Province of Bristol. It has become a forum in which brethren from the Province of Bristol can meet with brethren from their neighbouring Provinces. Membership is open to any Master Mason.




The Society meets five times a year; masonic regalia is not worn at these meetings. Meetings usually take the form of a paper, delivered by an invited speaker or a member of the Society, followed by a discussion. Occasionally an old ritual is demonstrated by a visiting Demonstration Team.

In addition the Society has a Summer Outing to a place of some masonic interest.

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The Society also organises the Bristol Provincial Carol Service, early in December; this is its main Charitable fund-raising activity.

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