Members of Lodge Voyagers sing Christmas Carols
Posted on 16th December 2021 at 07:04
Members of Lodge Voyagers No 40 meet up at Grand Lodge for the first time since 2019. Socially distanced and masked up approximately 50 members travelled to London to enjoy the meeting which traditionally includes listening to reports presented by the Order's overseas lodges and the singing of Christmas carols.
Lodge Voyagers was formed in 1950 during a time of significant expansion by the Order and when it was decided to consecrate a Lodge to initiate applications to join the Order from women living overseas. The Lodge's first Worshipful Master was Lucy Bertram O’Hea – most appropriately, as she had at that time done so much to spread Freemasonry for Women within the United Kingdom - and it had over 300 founding members. Today the Lodge has over 1,000 members.
The Order of Women Freemasons has overseas lodges in Australia, Canada, South Africa, Spain and Zimbabwe.
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