The Sovereign Chapters and Councils of the Caribbean North.

The Caribbean North Province consists of six Sovereign Chapters and two Sovereign Councils.

Sovereign Chapters

St. John No. 10 - Formed on 13 January 1880 (Dormant 1922, Reponed 20 June 1974)
Meets at Masonic Building, 11-15 McGregor Square, Kingston, on the first Friday in February, August and November & third Saturday in May.

The Annual Installation takes place in May.


Columbus No. 181 - Formed on 18 June 1980
Meets in The Temple, St. Ann’s Bay, Jamaica, on third Thursday in January, April & October and second Saturday in June.

The Annual Installation takes place in June.

De La Vega No. 234 - Formed on 28 June 1995
Meets at Ham Stables, Portmore, St. Catherine, Jamaica on third Thursday in February, August and November & third Saturday in May.


The Annual Installation takes place in May.


St. Andrews No. 237 - Formed on 25 March 1998
Meets in Masonic Building,11-15 McGregor Square, Kingston 5, St. Andrew, Jamaica on first Friday in March, September and December & third Saturday in May.
The Annual Installation takes place in May.

Saint Michael No. 239 - Formed on 29 November 1961
Meets at Masonic Building, 80 McKinney Avenue, Stapledon Gardens, The Bahamas, at 10.30am on fourth Saturday of January & October and first Saturday in March & May.
The Annual Installation takes place in May.

Elgin No. 241 - Formed on 22 March 2000
Meets at the Masonic Building, 2 Davis Avenue, Montego Bay, Jamaica on the second Tuesday in January, April, June and October.


The Annual Installation takes place in June.

Sovereign Councils

St. John No. 60 - Formed on 23 January 1984
Meets at Masonic Building,11‑15 McGregor Square, Kingston 5, Jamaica on the third Saturday of February, May, August and November.

The Annual Installation takes place in May.

Nassau No. 81 - Formed on 27 October 1999
Meets in Scottish Masonic Temple, 80 McKinney Avenue, Stapleton Gardens, Nassau at 11.30am on the first Saturday in March, May and November.  

The Annual Installation takes place in May.

About the Caribbean

The Caribbean is a crescent-shaped group of islands more than 2,000 miles (3,200 km) long. The region comprises more than 7,000 islands, islets, reefs, and cays.

These islands, called the West Indies, generally form island arcs that delineate the eastern and northern edges of the Caribbean Sea. Geopolitically, the West Indies are usually regarded as a subregion of North America and are organized into 30 territories including sovereign states, overseas departments, and dependencies.


Overseas Provinces

    This link provides Details on the all the Provinces controlling the 147 Sovereign Chapters and the 63 Sovereign Councils under the authority of the Supreme Council of the Ancient and Accepted Scottish Rite in Scotland.

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