Mount Zion Lodge No. 12
Kensington, Prince Edward Island
Meets 1st Thursday in each month starting at 7:30 p.m.
at the Masonic Lodge, 58 Victoria Street East , Kensington
(Route 6, north-eastwards from main intersection, 2nd building on Right.)
A History of Mount Zion Lodge No. 12 – Est. 1878
This article is reprinted from The Pattern Set For Us: A History of the Concordant and Related Bodies of Freemasonry Past and Present on Prince Edward Island with the kind permission of the author, RW Bro. George Doughart, Grand Historian.
Historical Sketch of Mount Zion Lodge (1878 – 2000) W.Bro. George Clark PM
Historical Sketch of Mount Zion Lodge, M.W.Bro. Philip Henderson PGM
Proceedings of the Grand Lodge of Prince Edward Island, A.F. & A.M.
On December 11, 1877 Mount Lebanon Lodge No. 6 in Summerside granted unanimous support to a Petition from nineteen Brethren from the Kensington area to start a new Masonic Lodge in their community. Fourteen of the Brethren named in the Petition were members of Mount Lebanon Lodge. The Petition was received by Grand Lodge and a Dispensation was issued on February 25, 1878 by Deputy Grand Master, R.W.Bro. Adam Murray.