The Lodge Crest takes the form of a quartered banner and is made up of four illustrations that include St Andrews Church in the top left; St. Mary the Virgin Church in the lower right with Shoeburyness's ties to the military and army garrison represented by the artillery field gun and the rake represents Shoeburys history of arable farming>
Regular Lodge meetings are held at Saxon Hall on the second Wednesday in October (Installation), November, February and March.
Shoeburyness lodge No. 6665 also has a Lodge of Instruction (Emulation Ritual), which meets each Monday at 7.30pm from September through to April at Saxon Hall.
If you are interested in joining a local Emulation Lodge of Instruction, please email the secretary in the first instance at email@example.com. The link to our lodge website is : http://www.shoeburynessmasoniclodge.co.uk
For more information please contact our secretary Richard Jordan by e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
As the population of Shoeburyness expanded in the early part of the 20th century and the membership of local masonic lodges increased, masons that were meeting at the Cambridge Hotel in Ness Road for their Lodge of Instruction discussed the formation of a new Masonic Lodge where most of the proposed founders and joining members lived and worked.
St. Andrews Lodge No. 1817 sponsored the new lodge, which was consecrated on 8th September 1948 at Freemasons Hall, Great Queen Street, London and was conducted by the Provincial Grand Master of Essex; Brigadier General K. Kincaid-Smith C.B., G.C.M.G., D.S.O