Welcome to Masonry in Waterloo Region

where history, fellowship and brotherhood meet in the Waterloo region

The foundation of the Masonic family is the Masonic lodge. It is here that Masonry teaches its lessons: kindness in the home, honesty in business, courtesy in society, fairness in work, concern for the unfortunate and respect for one another. There are four Masonic Centers within the Region of Waterloo.

Waterloo District Masonic Centres

Livingstone Presbyterian Church
44 Beck Street
Baden, Ontario

1 Groh Avenue
Cambridge, Ontario (Highway 401 & 24)
7 Arthur Street South
Elmira, Ontario (Entrance at rear of building)

440 Weber Street North
Waterloo, Ontario (King & Weber)

It's easy to learn about Masons—starting with the pages of this website. Need more details? Looking for a Mason in your community to share his personal perspective? Send an email, call or drop by your local Masonic lodge.

Freemasonry is not a religion. We are a fraternity, not a Church, not a Synagogue, not a Temple or Mosque, not a substitute for faith and certainly not a religion. The Master of a Lodge is the President of the club, not a Priest, or Rabbi Freemasonry recognizes and encourages each individual's right to his own beliefs.