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Freemasonry, also known as Masonry, is the world's largest fraternal organization. But it is so much more. It is a Brotherhood of like-minded men who work hard to foster personal growth while improving the lives of those around them. A Brotherhood of lifelong friendships and a culture of philanthropy to make profound differences and improvements among our Brethren, families, and communities. The masonic traditions were founded upon three core values: Brotherly love, Relief, and Truth.

Our Lodge

Eureka Lodge No. 103 is formed of a group of masons from the Aldergrove, Abbotsford, Surrey, and Langley areas mainly. We are a part of District No. 23 of the Grand Lodge of BC & Yukon with our building located in the heart of Langley for almost 100 years. There are 5 Lodges in the district being "The" Dogwood Lodge, Joppa Lodge, Langley Lodge, St. James Lodge, and of course ourselves, Eureka Lodge No. 103. We meet on the 2nd and 4th Wednesdays of every month (excluding the months of July and August). We meet at the Eureka Temple Hall in Langley located at 20701 Fraser Hwy, Langley, BC at 7:30pm.

Grand Lodge of BC & Yukon

Grand Secretary’s Office: 
1495 West Eighth Avenue 
Vancouver, British Columbia 
V6H 1C9 Canada



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