Consecrated on the 11th July 1968.
Meeting at the Freemasons’ Hall in Cheltenham.
What we do
The Lodge of St Paul was formed in 1968 and held its meetings at the then Lilleybrook Hotel in Cheltenham. Many of the founding members lived in the nearby village of Shurdington. The Lodge took its name from the local Parish Church, and the first Master of the Lodge was the Rev Charles Markham, the curate at the church. In 2018 the Lodge celebrated its 50th anniversary and members attended a service at St Paul’s church to re-emphasise this enduring connection with the area.
Why join us?
Today the lodge is enjoying a strong resurgence with many new members and more currently waiting to join. It is a progressive and growing lodge that has built a strong reputation on supporting its members ensuring they enjoy freemasonry from the day they join.
The `lodge has always embraced a wide diversity of age, social and occupational backgrounds among its members and welcomes men from all walks of life who can embrace the Masonic principles of integrity, friendship, respect and charity. (Oh, and have fun!)