St. John the Baptist Lodge number 475 has for over a one hundred and seventy-five years brought Masonic brothers together under the auspices of fellowship and charity. The Freemasons Lodge brings a multi-generational mix of diverse people bound by a shared love of fellowship, charity and the occasional glass of wine.
St John the Baptist Lodge is the first lodge to be formed in Bedfordshire and has held it roots in Luton for its entire life, many of the lodge’s items and historical records were lost to a fire at the town hall in 1919 but the principles of our fellowship have continued strong even today.
Today, St. John the Baptist is a popular, multi-generational lodge that welcomes a great mix of men from all different walks of life who share the values of Freemasonry. If you are interested in finding out more about us, why not get in contact with us to find out more about Freemasonry?
As one of the world’s oldest and largest non-religious, non-political organisations, the relevance of freemasonry cannot be understated…Learn More →
St. John the Baptist Lodge was the first Lodge to be formed in the county of Bedsfordshire, its original number was 698.Learn More →
It was consecrated in Luton, then a town with a population of about 5,000 on 29th July 1841. The consecrating officer was the Master ofLearn More →