The History of Lodge St Servanus No. 771 - Foreword

The History of Lodge St Servanus No. 771 - Foreword


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Foreword - Bro. Robert Hutchison R.W. Provincial Grand Master

Robert Hutchison

Bro. Robert Hutchison
Provincial Grand Master of Stirlingshire 1985-1990

On the 5th April, 1890 the birth of Lodge St. Servanus 771, was celebrated, and since that historical day the Brethren of the Lodge have kept the light of Freemasonry burning brightly in the Hillfoots, the Province of Stirlingshire and beyond.

We are today privileged to join with you in your centenary celebrations, and give thanks for the great evidence of commitment and dedication, love and charity which have existed throughout this time.

As we study the tremendous changes and development which have taken place in the world over these past one hundred years it is striking how little Freemasonry has changed, for the basic principles and virtues upon which it is founded remain changeless and imperishable. They are as vital today as ever they were, to our members, our communities and indeed all areas of the world where this great order of ours is practised.

Brother Gordon N.S. Neave, the author of this historical sketch has meticulously researched the annals of the Lodge and brought to life in a very real sense, its history over these past years.

It is my earnest hope that it will be read and re-read by all who have the interest of the Lodge at heart, and in its reading, be the better Freemasons from doing so.

As you the Brethren of Lodge St. Servanus 771, re-commit yourselves, and prepare to set out on your next masonic journey which will take you through the nineties and on into the next century, we earnestly trust and pray that you will be richly blessed with the gifts of your forefathers, and like them keep the flame of Freemasonry burning brightly in the Hillfoots and the Province.

Provincial Grand Master Stirlingshire and Honorary Member of Lodge St Servanus, No. 771.


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