Province of Shropshire

 Teme Lodge No 4267


Freemasonry is for people who wish to improve themselves spiritually, mentally and physically, as parents, as friends, or as members of their community.

In becoming a Mason, through participation in the building of a Masonic Temple, members are given the opportunity to learn the more important truths of morality, their relationship with a Supreme Being, their fellow men and at the same time learning the perspective of others in an atmosphere of tolerance and mutual support. Whether they are Christian, Jewish  or Muslim; black or white; all who gather within the doors of the Temple are met and treated as equals.

Teme Lodge has a membership of just under 40 and it draws from a wide area of Powys, Herefordshire and Shropshire. It now meets at The Whitton Community Hall, Whitton, Knighton, LD7 1NP for the monthly meetings from September to April. The meetings handle the normal business of any Society and also present, when needed, the ancient dramas of bringing in new members and taking them through the different processes towards full participation in the Society. At the end of the meeting, the Brethren join together at the dining table to enjoy a meal and good fellowship.

Teme Lodge of

Antient Free & Accepted Masons

No 4267

Teme Lodge

Shropshire Provincial Emblem