No. 3899



The Lodge of Goodwill started in 1918, the warrant is dated 15th November. The consecration of the warrant took place on 26th April 1919.

The lodge meetings take place at The Masonic Hall, Severn Street, Birmingham, West Midlands,

every 4th Tuesday in September, October, November, January, February, and March.

Free car parking is available.


The Victorian Masonic Hall is 150 years old  and was previously a Jewish Synagogue, and is located parallel to The Mailbox, on Severn Street, right in the centre of Birmingham. Passers by would probably not notice that there is a Masonic Hall here, as the entrance door has a “tardis” effect, looking small on the outside and being huge on the inside. The rooms are a sight to behold with two magnificent fireplaces and over mantle mirrors in the dining room, with a tiered seating layout in the Temple room.

The meetings start in the Temple room and then we move to the dining room for dinner. There is a lovely ambience to these Victorian rooms.