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St George’s Lodge, Morges

Regular Freemasonry has existed in Switzerland for more than 200 years.  With over 80 Lodges to choose from across Switzerland, as well as those in neighbouring countries, the visiting Mason has a wide choice.

There is a total of 21 Lodges in the Canton of Vaud, working various rituals like Emulation in French and English, Schroder, Ancient and Accepted Scottish Rite,  Scottish Rectified Rite as well as the Ancient and Primitive Memphis and Misraïm Rite.

Currently there are four Lodges working in English under the Grand Lodge Alpina of Switzerland: St George’s Lodge in Morges, Masonry Universal Lodge in Geneva and Cosmopolitan Lodge in Zurich.  There is also an English-speaking Lodge, St. Andrew’s Lodge in Basel, working Scottish Standard ritual. 

In Geneva there are 13 Lodges working many different rituals.  Just across the border in France, you will find a similar structure in the Province of Dauphiné-Savoie under the auspices of the Grande Loge Nationale Française, which also includes a Lodge (Flumen Luminis) working Emulation ritual in English.

Lodges in various other orders can also be found in Switzerland, including the Royal Arch, Mark, and Royal Ark Mariners.

Links to these Lodges can be found here:

Masonry Universal Lodge No. 40

Wikipedia on Freemasonry

Pietre-Stones Review of Freemasonry

Grand Lodge Alpina of Switzerland

Hiram Lodge Number 80

Cosmopolitan Lodge Number 43

St. Andrews Lodge Number 83

Supreme Grand Chapter of the Holy Royal Arch of Switzerland

Grand Lodge of Mark Master Masons of Switzerland

Flumen Luminis Lodge Number 47, GLNF

United Grand Lodge of England

Quatuor Coronati – the Premier Lodge of Masonic Research