Joppa Lodge #112

White Rock, British Columbia

Ancient, Free and Accepted Masons

The biggest secret of Freemasonry is finding out who you really are.

What is Freemasonry?

Freemasonry, also known as Masonry, is the world's largest fraternal organization. But it is so much more. It is a Brotherhood of like-minded men who work hard to foster personal growth while improving the lives of those around them. A Brotherhood of lifelong friendships and a culture of philanthropy to make profound differences and improvements among our Brethren, families, and communities. The masonic traditions were founded upon three core values: Brotherly love, Relief, and Truth.


As Brothers, we value respect, freedom, kindness, tolerances, and value our differences be they religious, ethnic, cultural, social, generational, and educational. As Masons, we strive for harmony within our lives, our lodges, and our communities.


Masons take responsibility for the well-being of our Brothers, our families, and our communities. We are proactive in philanthropy, community involvement, and care for one another.


Honor, integrity, acceptance of personal responsibility; we stay true to our personal code of conduct and the continuous pursuit of knowledge.

Helping good men become better men through fellowship, family, leadership, and lifelong learning experiences.


The mission of Joppa Lodge is to foster personal growth, improve the lives of others, inspire leadership, and champion fellowship.

Our mission is guided by the enduring principles of brotherly love, relief, and truth.


We provide an engaging membership experience through relevant and enhanced learnings that promote fellowship, family, and lifelong learning. 

Leadership development and Masonic education are offered to members in pursuit of continuous knowledge.


As a lodge, we champion many great causes ranging from youth organizations to animal support and protection.

But perhaps none so personal or so affecting as that of our support of the Medical Assistance and Cancer Car programs for those in need of the lower mainland.


Relief is one of Joppa's most enduring values. We take responsibility for the well-being of our brothers, our families, and our communities.

It is our obligation to one another. Joppa's philanthropic causes are supported exclusively by our member's generous contributions and tireless efforts.

Who Can Become a Mason?

Membership with in our Masonic Lodge is open to any man 21 years of age or older who meets strict qualifications and standards of good moral character and intention, and who also believes in a Supreme Being.  Joppa Lodge welcomes men of all ethnic, cultural, and religious backgrounds and beliefs.

Joppa Lodge #112

Ancient, Free and Accepted Masons

District 23 - Grand Lodge of British Columbia and Yukon

15302 Pacific Avenue

White Rock, British Columbia

V4B 1P9 Canada

Lodge Hours

Regular Communications: every 2nd Thursday at 7:30 pm

Emergent Communications: every 4th Thursday at 7:30 pm

Annual Crab Night: 2nd Thursday of May at 6:30 pm

Lodge is dark July and August 

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