• The Warrant of Lodge 77

    Lodge 77's Warrant was issued by the Grand Lodge of Ireland on 27th December 1737 to William Ponder, James Hollyman and John Ard.

    Lodge 77 Warrant
  • St. Patrick's Masonic Lodge No. 77

    Constituted in 1737 and will celebrate 275 years of continuous working on 27th December 2012.

    Lodge History
  • Newry Masonic Hall

    Situated in Downshire Road, Newry, the Masonic Hall and Social Club is open Monday to Saturday from 7.30pm.

    View Social Club Events
  • RW Bro. Francis Clements Crossle PM

    Initiated into Freemasonry on 4th March 1873 in Union Lodge No.105, Tandragee, affiliated to Lodge 77 November 1886, and was elected Honorary Member on 6th June 1898.
    He served as Worshipful Master in 1888.

    Bro. Crossle's PM Jewel
  • The Worshipful Master's Jewel

    This superb antique jewel was presented by the members of Lodge 77 on 21st February 1872 to Brother John Anderson.

    "Souvenir to Brother John Anderson Masonic Lodge 77 Newry. Feb 21/72. John McMillan WM, James Burns SW, William McMurray JW, Joseph Bell Secy".

    The Anderson Jewel

Thank you for visiting the website for St Patrick’s Masonic Lodge No.77. We are a Craft Lodge based in Newry, Co Down, Northern Ireland, working within the Provincial Grand Lodge of Down under the jurisdiction of the Grand Lodge of Ireland.

Lodge 77 has been continuously working since 1737, making us the oldest Masonic Lodge in the Province of Ulster and the sixth oldest in Ireland.

We meet on the first Monday of the month, except June, July and August, and any visitors will be made most welcome at our meeting and festive board.

We would be delighted to hear from you if you would like further information about the Lodge or have any comment on our website, see the Contact Us page for details.