History

St. Lambert Lodge No. 95 was constituted on December 8th, 1920, having received its charter from the Grand Lodge of Quebec.

Grand Lodge of Quebec Logo
St. Lambert Lodge’s blazonGrand Lodge of Quebec Coat of Arms
Old St. Lambert Lodge No. 95. Grand Lodge of Quebec. Freemasons in Greenfield Park (QC), South Shore, Montreal, Quebec.
Old Temple of St. Lambert Lodge No. 95 (263 Elm Street, St-Lambert (QC)) – Source: Google Maps

This building above was originally home to an Anglican church and was converted into a Masonic temple in 1928. No longer being used, the building was finally put up for sale by its owners in 1998, when it was bought by the City of Saint-Lambert. Since then, the City has been trying to find a new mission for the old Anglican church.

This is our current Masonic Temple in Greenfield Park (QC):

St. Lambert Lodge No. 95. Grand Lodge of Quebec. Freemasons in Greenfield Park (QC), South Shore, Montreal, Quebec.
St. Lambert Lodge Masonic Temple – Greenfield Park (QC)

Articles:

  1. The project to renovate the former Anglican church will move forward in 2020 (2019)
  2. Saint-Lambert approves controversial project to restore former masonic temple (2016)