1. 22 April, 1892: Dromore. Special Communication.
  2. The Brethren assembled in the Town Hall at 12 o'clock noon; and thence proceeded in Masonic order to the rooms in Church Street, recently prepared for the accommodation of the members of a new Lodge No. 94.
  3. Having entered the Masonic Rooms the Provincial Grand Lodge was opened in the first degree; after which the Ceremonies of Dedication of the Rooms, Constitution of the Lodge, and Installation of its Officers were conducted according to ancient Masonic custom by the Right Worshipful Provincial Grand Master, Bro. Lord Arthur Hill

History of Warrant No. 94

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Annual Calendar

The Lodge meets in the Masonic Hall, Hillsborough Road, Dromore at 8pm on the 2nd Monday of every month except June, July and August.

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What is Masonry?

Freemasonry is one of the world’s oldest secular fraternities with some 20,000 members in Ireland and around 6 million members worldwide. It is a society concerned with moral and spiritual values. Its members are taught these precepts by a series of ancient forms, using the customs and tools of the stonemason as allegorical guides. It has been said that Freemasons use 18th century language to teach 21st century values.


The Three Great Principles

Freemasons are expected to adhere to three principles:


Brotherly Love

Every true Freemason will show tolerance and respect for the opinions of others and behave with kindness and understanding to his fellow creatures.


Relief

Freemasons are taught to practise charity, and to care, not only for their own members, but for the community as a whole, by both charitable giving, and by voluntary effort.


Truth

Freemasonry strives for truth and requires high moral standards of its members.


Charity

Freemasonry has been concerned from its earliest days with the care of orphans, the sick and the aged. This work continues today, and in recent times substantial sums have been donated to both Masonic and non-Masonic charities.

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