We will be dark the 4th Tues of July and August!!!!!!!



Our standards are high. So high in fact, we're in a league of our own, moving our organization forward. Throughout history the title of Freemason has become synonymous with the highest quality of character and loyalty.

No man steps away from being raised a Freemason the same.

 

August  8th, 2017

Dinner - 6:30 - Stated Communication WF Lodge 7:30 PM


leadership

Faith, Hope and Charity

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learn more by obtaining more light
OctoBer  24th, 2017

Stated Communication WF Lodge 7:30 PM


Become a Sponsor for the 5k Run Supporting the Masonic Home for Children!

Appendant Bodies and Other Parts of Freemasonry

reliability

quality

WELCOME

SeptemebeR  26th, 2017

Stated Communication WF Lodge 7:30 PM


It's old fashioned now, but we do what we say we're going to do. Plain and simple. Our word is our bond, and that applies to our entire life within and without the fraternity.

 

One thing that cannot be taken away from a man is his word. 

There are leaders, and then there's everyone else. As a Freemason we are given an opportunity to move up through the officer lines to grow one's self and to grow the fraternity.

You get out of Freemasonry what you put in it. 

October 10th, 2017

Dinner - 6:30 - Stated Communication WF Lodge 7:30 PM


September 12th, 2017

Dinner - 6:30 - Stated Communication WF Lodge 7:30 PM


LATEST NEWS

When you're dealing with a million moving pieces, your tools can be the difference between moving forward and spinning your wheels. Becoming a Freemason means obtaining the tools and knowledge needed to better oneself and the world.

Having the tools to do your work is utmost important in life.

Knowledge

The Masonic Order is a worldwide fraternal order. It is open to men of good character aged 18 and above who profess a belief in God, while seeking a higher purpose for serving their community and others. 

 

Freemasonry actually prohibits the solicitation of membership. And because the Masonic Order demands that a decision to join must be made of your own free will, it is you—the petitioner—who must make an inquiry to join.