Open Day At Phoenix Lodge Rooms

An opportunity to visit one of Portsmouth’s historical buildings which is usually closed to the general public.

Saturday 21st September between 11:00 and 17:00.

Phoenix Lodge Rooms 110 High St. Old Portsmouth, Hampshire, PO1 2HJ. The building survived the air raid of January 1941.

Free Admission

Used by Freemasons since 1842.

The building started life as the Royal Marine Artillery Officers Mess when it was built in the gardens at the rear of 109 and 110 High Street in 1827.
Sir Arthur Conan Doyle and Rudyard Kipling are among the men who have frequented this building. View unique furniture and masonic furnishings while listening to local Freemason.
Gain an insight into the life of Freemasons both past and present. Ask questions – discover the many charities both local and national supported by the Freemasons.
You may have thought "How can you become a Freemason?“ - ” What Qualifications are required to become a Freemason?“ - ”How much does it cost to be a Freemason?“- ”Can Ladies become Freemasons?". Discover the answers to these and many more questions during your visit.
Tea, coffee and soft drinks will be available.

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Provincial AGM 2019

On Wednesday 3rd July 2019 the Annual General Meeting of Provincial Grand Lodge took place at Southampton Guildhall. This year Domus Dei had 4 members receiving honours. W.Bro. David Sibley was promoted to Past Provincial Junior Grand Deacon while W.Bro. Robert Douglas was reappointed as Provincial Organist.

W.Bro. Jordan Fretter received his first appointment as a Provincial Grand Steward and W.Bro. Tony Vout received his first appointment as Past Provincial Grand Standard Bearer. Many Congratulations to the above brethren and thanks go to the brethren and friends of the lodge who attended to support them.

Smile4Wessex receives £1435!

On Tuesday 25th June 2019 our Immediate Past Master, W.Bro. Blake Hopley, attended the South East Area Cheque Presentation Evening in Cosham to present a cheque to Smile4Wessex. During his mastership the lodge managed to raise £935 for Smile4Wessex and also was able to secure an additional £500 from the provinces Tom Langton Fund. Smile4Wessex supports the Wessex Neurological Centre at Southampton General Hospital. It is one of the largest and most highly respected neurological centres in the UK, providing acute and specialist care to patients from across Hampshire, Dorset, Wiltshire, West Sussex, the Isle of Wight and the Channel Islands. The charity is very close to W.Bro. Blake’s heart as the Wessex Neurological Centre assisted Blake’s twin sister when she became ill with a brain tumor. To find out more about the fantastic work Smile4Wessex do and if you would like to donate to this amazing chairty please click on the image.