The University Lodge of Liverpool was formed from the staff, graduates and students of the University of Liverpool. The Lodge was consecrated in October 1921. Among the founders were The Chancellor (the 17th Earl of Derby) and Vice-Chancellor (J.G. Adami) of the University, The 1st Viscount Leverhulme (benefactor and a Chairman of the Liverpool School of Tropical Medicine), several members of the Professoriate and other members of the academic staff, graduates and students of the University.
The Lodge is now open to people with similar academic connections who are students, graduates or staff of Liverpool and other universities. It is a member of the United Grand Lodge of England’s Universities' Scheme set up specifically ‘to establish and/or enhance arrangements and opportunities for undergraduates and other university members to enjoy Freemasonry.’ We welcome members of all religions and ethnic backgrounds who have a belief in a single Supreme Being. The normal minimum age to join is 21, but dispensations can be obtained for undergraduates from the age of 18. The Lodge meets, and dines, six times per year on the second Mondays of October, November, December, February, March and April in the Liverpool Medical Institution.
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