History

Exisiting Goldstream Lodge and our famous Sequoia tree. Langford has been given permission to continue using it the City of Langford Christmas Tree.
Goldstream Masonic Lodge and our Sequoia Tree, utilized by Langford as their community Christmas tree for the past many years.

Goldstream Masonic Lodge is situated at 679 Goldstream Avenue in Langford, British Columbia. Goldstream Lodge was Instituted on November 8th, 1954 and Constituted on September 29th, 1955. Goldstream Lodge is numbered 161 on the registry of the Grand Lodge of British Columbia and the Yukon and is represented to Grand Lodge through District 21. We have approximately 120 members of Goldstream Lodge who work within the Canadian Ritual.

 

The Lodge owns its’ own building through the Hall Association. Members have followed the Vision of the Founders through the recent purchase of the adjoining property and plan on the construction of a new building on the same site. The Vision Statement reads: “To exemplify our Founders’ Vision for a Lodge at this location by providing a landmark building that creates a positive image within the community”, and further “To provide a facility that fulfills and enhances the needs of the Masonic Family and preserves the sanctity of the Lodge Room”.

 

 

Goldstream Lodge has about 120 members, active within the Masonic Family and are contributors to the community. During our second 50 years, the Lodge program includes encouraging Masonic Growth in the Western Communities, replacing the lodge building, and further supporting our special relationship within the Masonic Family.