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Welcome to the website for the Knights Templar for the Province of London
With 29 Preceptories, many dating back to the 19th Century, and with around 800 Knights, it is a Province for London masons.
Ceremony
Our ceremonies are based on the rituals, chivalric practices and beliefs of the Templars of old, producing a colourful and contemplative ceremony.
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Charity
Our charity work extends to the St. John Eye Hospital in Jerusalem, treating patients regardless of ethnicity, religion or their ability to pay.
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Chivalry
The Knights Templar degree is open to all craft Freemasons who are also members of the Royal Arch and who also profess the Trinitarian faith.
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Knights of Malta
Becoming a Knight of Malta is part of a very colourful and detailed ceremony, drawing its inspiration and tenets from the Knights Hospitallers and is an appended order to the Knights Templar.
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Social
Find out about what is going on in the Province, its events and social activities, and how you can get involved.
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What's new!
Check out the latest information and updates.
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Welcome

I wish you a warm welcome to the website for the London Province of "The United Religious, Military and Masonic Orders of the Temple and of St. John of Jerusalem, Palestine, Rhodes and Malta in England and Wales and Provinces Overseas", or as it is more simply known, the Knights Templar. Like Freemasonry, the Order has a number of provinces across the country, the Province of London being one of them. We serve around 900 Knights and I hope this website provides a little more information on our history, setup, charity work and social activities as well as providing a greater understanding and appreciation of our Order. Please feel free to browse and if you have any questions or wish to have more information, we will be delighted to hear from you.

Yours in the Bonds of the Order

Rt. E.Kt. David Thompson
Provincial Prior for The Province of London


The London Provincial Priory Malta Meeting - 31st Jan 2022

All Knights from the Province of London with the Malta Degree are invited to join the Provincial Priory Malta Meeting on Monday 31st January 2022.

Click here for a copy of the Summons and;

Click here to register your apologies or to book your attendance and dining.


2022 Pilgrimage to the Holy Land

Following the tremendous success of the 2020 Pilgrimage to the Holy Land, we are pleased to offer another opportunity for Knights and their partners to visit the Holy Land.

This is a wonderful chance to visit the key sites in Jerusalem, to visit Knights Templar churches and castles, including Acre as well as a marvellous opportunity to visit the St. John Eye Hospital in Jerusalem.

Click here for the Itinerary and Click here for the booking form.

 


The NEW EDITION of Knightly Topics - Issue 39

The new issue of the London Knights Templar magazine - Knightly Topics is now out!

This issue contains articles ranging from a unique view of Temple Church from the Master of the Temple himself, information on the first Provincial Virtual Business Meeting, articles on both wine and bread and there are views on Lent as well as a surreal one on being in KT during lockdown. All this, along with an update on some fundraising, a new quiz (with answers to the last one), messages from our Provincial Prior and the Editor in Chief, will give you plenty to get your mind around. Take a look and let us know what you think.

Click here for the latest issue or go to the Knightly Topics section of the website and take the opportunity to browse past issues as well.

Enjoy.

SJEHG - Mobile Outreach

A report to the Knights Templar - December 2020. A fascinating update. Last year it reached over 10,000 people, delivering essential services and providing primary care.

Click here to read more.

KT Charity Quiz 2020

28 Knights from 9 different Preceptories battled it out and although competition was fierce, the real winner was The St John of Jerusalem Eye Hospital Group.

Click here to read more.