Worshipful Master Very Wor Bro. Len Wilkinson
Some facts about Very Worshipful Brother Leonard Wilkinson
Initiated, Passed and Raised In Lodge Kilwining No. 13 in 1986
Worshipful Master of Lodge Camden No. 217 in 1991; 1994; 1995 and 2001.
Worthy Supreme Ruler of The Picton Conclave No. 17 in 2001.
First Principal of Campbelltown Royal Arch Chapter No. 85 in 1997.
Most Wise Sovereign of Campbelltown Rose Croix No. 42 in 1999.
Initiated into Lodge Pacific No.298 in 2001.
Worshipful Master of Lodge Pacific in 2003; 2012 and now 2016.
District Grand Director of Workings, District 55 from 2004 to 2006.
Preceptor of Macarthur Lodge of Instruction for 4 years.
Preceptor of Tweed / Byron Lodge of Instruction' for 4 years.
Is actively involved with the Masonic Church Services at St Cutbert's in Tweed Heads
Your life long journey into the worlds foremost brotherhood of ethical men is about to start here.
Please come along to one of our friendly meetings, you will get to know what Freemasonry and Lodge Pacific are all about, at the same time, enjoy our 1st class hospitality and understand what a great job Freemasonry does in assisting our local community. You will also discover that we are passionate about transforming our new Brothers by building on there strengths to create the leaders of tomorrow.
If you are interested in becoming a Mason please go to our "Contacts" page and touch base with our Membership Officer Wor.Bro Nick Mainey 0421394282.
Twin Towns Masonic Centre enjoys one of the highest initiation rates of young freemasons in the state. We welcome all enquiries and those members who join us are assigned mentors to help with any questions and instruction that arise from your journey through Freemasonry.
For more information on our chapter of Freemasonry and perhaps some of your questions may also be answered in the "FAQ" ( frequently asked questions ) page.
Freemasonry is one of the world’s oldest and largest fraternal organisations: seeking to make good men better by teaching and encouraging trust, fellowship and charity.
Lodge Pacific No. 298 is a Craft Lodge.
Lodge Pacific has a long and exciting history dating back to 1915 when it was first consecrated, we have around 50 members who are aged from 19yrs through to 90yrs. Our members are very active within the community and all share a great passion for community assistance.
Together with our sister lodges Lodge Dawn, Lodge Tweed United and Twin Towns Daylight lodge we have raised over $30,000 for our local hospitals this year alone and we also support many other fundraising initiatives around the Tweed Heads Area.
Masons usually gather once a month for a daytime or evening meeting lasting two to three hours, Lodge Pasafic meets on the third Wednesday of each month at 7.30pm. Doors are open from 6:45pm for social purposes. For further details at the next meeting please see our "events"page.
Like any organisation there’s a business element, with minutes, accounts, and plans for upcoming events to be read and discussed among the members. But a Lodge meeting is also ceremonial, involving a series of formalised and symbolic presentations which use drama to highlight the codes of conduct by which a Freemason strives to live.
During a Lodge meeting, instruction is also provided to assist in a Mason’s daily life and personal development. This may be on a range of topics, including public speaking, communication skills, leadership skills, or business management.
The final part of the meeting involves all Lodge members dining together. With Masons coming from all age groups and from all walks of life, the opportunity to sit down and enjoy a meal with each other provides the perfect chance to "catch up", and yet another forum for an exchange of ideas.
Apart from these regular meetings, most Lodges organise social activities involving the entire family. Theatre parties, sports days, conferences, picnics – the holding of these types of events helps develop closer bonds, not just between Masons, but among their families and the community as well.
Give us a call and come along to our regular meeting, see why so many men are joining this unique organisation.
Call our friendly Membership Officer, Wor Bro Nick Mainey (0421394282) and he will answer any questions you may have. The next step is meeting with a couple of senior members, to talk more deeply about the Craft. In this time you may also attend a few of the festive boards after our meetings to meet your future brothers and become more familiar with some of our customs.
Both parties being happy an application is filled out, the Lodge votes on the application then the initiation is scheduled.
|Worshipful Master||V.Wor.Bro. Len Wilkinson
|I.P.M.||Wor.Bro Phil Fisher
|Senior Warden||Wor. Bro Phillip Robin|
|Junior Warden||Bro Shane Hillman
|Chaplain||Rt. Wor.Bro.Ian Manwaring
|Treasurer||V.Wor.Bro John Fraser|
|Secretary||Wor.Bro Terry Gunton|
|Director of Ceremonies||Wor Bro David Hutchinson
|Senior Deacon||Wor.Bro. Robin Dawes|
|Junior Deacon||Bro Aaron Thomson
|Organist||Rt Wor. Bro. Ross Johnson|
|Caring Officer||V.Wor.Bro John Fraser/ Bro Shane Hillman|
|Inner Guard||Bro. Reuban Royal
|Outer Guard||Rt.Wor. Bro John Walker
Wor Bro.Nick Mainey