Patricia Lodge No. 91 Freemasonry Edmonton

Freemasons of Edmonton

Welcome to Patricia Lodge

Welcome to the Web Site of Patricia Lodge. This site was developed to provide information about Patricia Lodge, Freemasonry in general, concordant bodies of masonry and to help the members of Patricia Lodge with the activities of the lodge.

Patricia Lodge (Canadian Rite) under the jurisdiction of the Grand Lodge of Alberta holds meetings on the second and fourth Tuesdays of the month (except July and August). The meetings start at 7:30pm with the festive board taking place before the regular meeting. Meetings are held at the Freemasons Hall, 10318-100th Avenue Edmonton Alberta. The Lodge is part of the Northern Lights District, which consists of eight lodges in Edmonton, Whitecourt and the Northwest Territories.

To take the first step to join Freemasonry you just have to ask. Through a series of degrees and ceremonies, the values of Freemasonry are passed from generation to generation and Mason to Mason, in a timeless and tireless effort to make good men better. The degrees of Freemasonry, Entered Apprentice, Fellowcraft, and Master Mason, provide a framework that affects every aspect of modern life.

Freemasonry in Alberta is made up of many concordant bodies for all members of a masonic family consisting of Mason’s, Shriners, DeMolay (young men aged 10 to 21), Job’s Daughters (young women aged 10 to 20), Daughters of the Nile and Eastern Star.

Two important Charites of the Grand Lodge of Alberta are:
Masonic Higher Education Bursary Fund, Masonic Foundation of Alberta along with the work of the Shriner’s of Alberta and Shriner’s Hospital.

Thank you for visiting and feel free to contact us if you have any questions about Freemasonry or want to join.

Worshipful Master and Members of Patricia Lodge #91

Patricia Lodge No. 91 - 100 year pin

The Guiding Principles of Freemasonry are:

Square & Compasses

Brotherly Love

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


Freemasons are taught to practice charity and to care-not only for their own- but for the community as a whole, both by charitable giving and by voluntary efforts and work as individuals.


Freemasons strive for truth, requiring high moral standards and aiming to achieve them in their own lives.