In 1901 a request was presented to St. George Lodge No. 243, St. George asking that lodge to approve the formation of a lodge of Free Masons at Lynden, to be known as Beverly Lodge. On a vote of the members, the request was not granted, as it was felt that St. George Lodge was entitled to the masons from that area.
This request was repeated in 1904 and was again opposed. It was not until 1911, that St. George finally gave its approval to the formation of a Lodge at Lynden to be known at Lynden Lodge.
Seymour Lodge No. 272, Ancaster, Ontario on January 2, 1912, passed a resolution which was forwarded to Grand Lodge imploring Grand Lodge to grant a dispensation for thre formation of a new lodge of Free Masons at Lynden.
The Warrant of Constitution was dated on July 16, 1913 and was signed by Most Worshipful Brother Aubrey White, Grand Master, Right Worshipful Brother R. L. Gunn, and Right Worshipful Brother W. H. Wardrope, DDGM.
Lynden Lodge continues to meet in Lynden, however in September of 2007 Lynden lodge changed its meeting day from the second Wednesday of each month to the 1st Wednesday of each month..