The Grand Lodge of Ghana is a religious organization with a grand Masonic Temple in their Masonic center, Accra.
Ghanaian Freemasons are made to believe in the immortality of the human soul. Members are also expected to believe in a Creator referred to as the Grand Architect of the world/universe.
Freemasonry history in Ghana can be dated as far back to the olden days when in the nineteenth century the first Masonic lodge was introduced and set up in Ghana. However, the official inauguration of the Accra Grand Lodge was on 24th January, 2009 with the motto “ That All shall be one”. This motto explains why brotherly love exists among the members of the lodge.
The first Grand master for the Accra Grand Lodge after it was founded is Charles William Stanley–Pierre.
Currently, there are 28 chapters of the Grand Lodge in Ghana and offices scattered across the country with their headquarters located in Accra.