Joppa Lodge #112

White Rock, British Columbia

Ancient, Free and Accepted Masons

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It is a time-honored custom of the Masonic Order and Joppa Lodge that we do not solicit or recruit members. Instead, interested men seeking to join our lodge must do so on their own accord either through a Mason they know or by contacting us directly.

Thank you for your interest in joining the World's largest and oldest fraternity, and especially the Masons of Joppa Lodge #112 of White Rock, British Columbia. We are a brotherhood of like-minded men who genuinely care about our community, our families, and each other. Through the masonic experience, we develop true lifelong friendships with fellow Masons at our lodge, lodges within our district, and lodges around the world. 

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The moral character of a Masonic applicant is the most important factor in consideration for membership. Men who have plead guilty or no contest or have been convicted of a crime of moral turpitude are not eligible for membership. This includes crimes committed against property, people, or government, such as, but not limited to, intent to defraud, intent to harm a person or thing, or intent to take a thing unlawfully.

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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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