Freemasonry is a very social pursuit
This is something the members of this Lodge enjoy and make the most of.
Whether it be attending Provincial events or holding events of our own, we intend to enjoy our Freemasonry. We are not adverse to piggybacking events organised by other Lodges which has not only been a lot of fun but lead to new friendships forming. Indeed it has been said by those less kind, that the members of Morden Park Lodge will turn up for the opening of an envelope.
Sporting events, Dinner/Dances, Casino Nights, Pub Quizzes,Award Ceremonies, Rallies, Debating societies, comedy nights, there really is something to cover all tastes and pockets.
Just before Christmas we went on a Ghost Walk around the City of London, it was a very enjoyable evening although the intention to scare the wives and partners didn't really work, as it turned into a pub crawl around some very interesting historical pubs but no ghost stories.
January 21st 2017 we accepted a kind invitation by our friends at Kingston Aero Lodge to attend their Burns Night celebration. It was always going to be the way with a proud Scot as Master of the Lodge this year.
A good time was had by all as you can see from the photo's, The address to the haggis was something to behold but please don't look for a translation.
Would you like to improve your social life ?
Freemasonry and this Lodge could be what your looking for.
We have an active social committee in our Lodge who come up with varying ideas for social events on an adhoc basis so there are new and different social events happening every year.
There are also the regular annual events. which are put on by individual Lodges, most Lodges for instance have a Ladies Festival which can vary from a dinner/dance to a weekend away or even a mini cruise the purpose of these are to say thank you to the wives and partners who support us throughout the year.
The Provincial Grand Lodge of Surrey Annual Meeting
A highlight of the year is the Annual Meeting which takes place in the magnificent Grand Temple at Freemasons Hall.
The Festive Board is held in the Grand Connaught Rooms. The finale of which has become a tradition over the years.