Welcome to our Masonic Hall…
The Board of Trustees of the Crumlin Road Masonic Hall is responsible for the day to day running of the hall. Freemasons halls have been in the Crumlin Road for over a hundred years. The current hall accommodates some 30 Masonic Bodies of various disciplines, who meet on regular intervals throughout the year.
Our hall over the past 2 years has undergone various renovations, which include a catering suit brought up to professional standards. The enhanced facilities have added greatly to the comfort and pleasure of all you use the hall.
The hall also incorporates a fully licensed club, which operates its own Management Committee under occupancy granted by The Trustees. The Trustees being mindful of their decision to make the hall available for use to non Masonic bodies, are gratified at the response and usage by non Masonic bodies. We will continue to promote this aspect of our hall.
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Masonic Lodges sit here
Crumlin Road Masonic Club has announced its forthcoming events: Easter Egg Hunt for Children and Grand children of the Brethren Sat 20th April 2.30 CRMC AGM 27th April 2.PM. Widows Tea party Wednesday 22nd May 2.30 Lodges Chapters Councils and Preceptory to provide...
- April 20 @ 2:30 am - 5:00 pm
Frequently Asked Questions
Some commonly asked questions about Freemasonry
What is Freemasonry?
Freemasonry (Masonry for short) is a fraternity with a presence in nearly every major city. Masons believe in helping each other as well as the community at large.
Is Masonry a religion?
No. In fact, religion and politics are the only issues not allowed for discussion at Masonic meetings.
How do I join Freemasonry?
To become a Mason you must:
- be male over 21 years old
- believe in a Supreme being
- be of good morals
If you’re interested, just contact us and we’ll give you more information.
Who are some famous freemasons?
Freemasonry boasts many famous alumni including Mozart, George Washington and Winston Churchill.