Malahat Lodge No. 107 A.F. &  A.M. 

Malahat Lodge has a proud heritage of commitment to the best of Masonic principles that have enriched individuals' lives and communities around the world for hundreds of years.


Malahat Lodge was constituted July 16, 1924 under Charter from the Grand Lodge of British Columbia and Yukon Region, and is in Mill Bay, Cowichan District 27, on Vancouver Island.


Malahat Lodge has members of all ages from diverse backgrounds and professions. We promote active participation from the newly initiated to the well experienced Brethren. Each year we are pleased to initiate new members and welcome affiliates from other Lodges.


Many of our Brethren have and continue to make significant contributions to our community, industry and other related organizations such as the Eastern Star, De Molay, Jobs Daughters and the Shrine. These Brethren come to our Lodge from north of the Cowichan Valley to Victoria and beyond.


Malahat Lodge works in the Emulation ritual and regularly meets the 3rd Thursday of the month at 7:30 pm, except July and August. Visitors are always most welcome.


Our hall has hosted many social events and other usages for years, including weddings, parties and regular dance classes. It is available for rental for single events or regular usages.


It would be our sincere pleasure to discuss the world of Freemasonry with any or all those interested.  Contact us by email or otherwise and we will gladly respond for an exploratory discussion as to the relevance of Freemasonry in your life.

Marking our 

92nd Year Anniversary 


The Grand Lodge of B.C. & Y.R. website

and other Masonic websites

Other Masonic Lodges in District 27 include:   

Temple Lodge No. 33             Duncan, BC           

St Johns's Lodge No. 21        Ladysmith, BC     

Chemanius Lodge No. 114     Chemanius, BC     

Admiral Lodge No. 170           Salt Spring Island, BC


2744 Lashburn Road, Mill Bay, BC


Worshipful Master

W Bro Bill Church



W Bro Frank Minchin