Welcome to the website of the Circuit of Service Lodges.

The Circuit of Service Lodges, formed in 1993 and currently comprising 53 lodges, exists to promote comradeship and fraternal contact between military masons. The Lodges and the Arm or Service affiliation are listed on the Member Lodges page. To qualify as a member of the circuit a lodge must have a distinguishable military culture and ethos that can only be achieved by a predominance of servicemen or veterans in its membership ranks. If your Lodge is interested in membership of the Circuit then please click here.

Additionally, the Circuit now seeks to encourage individual membership from Masons who have similar backgrounds and interests but who perhaps do not belong to a qualifying lodge. Application can be made on-line – click here.

In keeping with the fundamental aim of the Circuit, this web site aims to alert masons who are servicemen or veterans to the existence of member lodges. One of the great joys of the Circuit is the number of old friends rediscovered when visiting. All our lodges extend an open invitation to any military mason who would like to visit their regimental, corps or services lodge.

The Circuit participates as a platoon in the annual march past the Cenotaph on Remembrance Sunday, undertakes a battlefield tour most years and also holds occasional social and other events, the most recent being a spectacular commemoration of the centenary of the Armistice at Freemasons’ Hall, London, before a full to capacity Grand Temple, followed by a luncheon for 600 in the Grand Connaught Rooms.

Latest News

  • New website features: Lodge map and calendar
    We’ve finished updating the Member Lodges list and added the following new features to our website: A Google Maps view of lodge locations A Google Calendar view of lodge meetings (which is also available as a downloadable .ics file that you can import into your own calendar app).
  • Welcome to our new website
    Welcome to the new website of the Circuit of Service Lodges, refreshed with a clean, modern & adaptive look to support modern devices and to reflect the fact that, while we still celebrate the history and traditions associated with freemasonry and the military, as an organisation we are looking forwards to the future, promoting the …