WELCOME TO THE OFFICIAL WEBSITE OF THE REGULAR GRAND LODGE OF SERBIA

Ancient, Free and Accepted Freemasons

Following the principles of Freemasonry and the centuries-old rules, the Regular Grand Lodge of Serbia (RGLS) is the only sovereign, regular and recognized Grand Lodge in the territory of Serbia, which continues the tradition of the Grand Lodge of Yugoslavia, formed in 1919. It is recognized by more than 140 regular Grand Lodges from around the world. In relation to the above, RGLS in 2014. celebrates anniversary - 95 years since the founding of the first Grand Lodge, formed in 1919. in Belgrade, whose tradition proudly cherish.

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MOST WORSHIPFUL GRAND MASTER OF THE
REGULAR GRAND LODGE OF SERBIA

MW Bro. Dr Ranko Vujačić

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Dear Visitor,
Welcome to the official website of the Regular Grand Lodge of Serbia (RGLS). It is the only regular Grand Lodge, on the territory of the Republic of Serbia, that is officially recognized by the United Grand Lodge of England (UGLE), which is considered to be the mother lodge of all Grand Lodges in the world.

Freemasonry is the oldest and largest existing fraternal organization in the world. It comprises five million members worldwide. The aim of Freemasonry remains human development – to take a good man and make him a better man. A Mason’s duty is not to himself, but to his family, his fellow man, his community and his country.

Traditionally speaking, we accept “free men of good report” in our membership. They should be willing to develop themselves morally and spiritually in order to become better people. Our membership is open to all law-abiding men irrespective of their religion, colour, creed, language, race or social rank, on condition that they believe in a Supreme Being.

Freemasonry is not a religion nor a substitute for religion. Freemasonry is not a secret society. The Statutes of our Grand Lodge (RGLS) and its Grand Master are registered with the relevant Authorities of the Republic of Serbia. Our meetings, like in many other institutions, are open for members only. A member may declare himself as a Masons should he so wish. However, a Freemason has no right to disclose a membership of another member. To be a Mason is considered an honour.

Thank you for taking the time to read this.

Ranko Vujacic
Grand Master