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The next stated communication

of the Lodge will be on

 

Monday Night

JUNE 6, 2016

Supper at 6:30 P.M.

Meeting at 7:30 P.M.

The meeting will be a short one and then we will raise one candidate to the sublime degree of a Master Mason.

The next special meeting will be on:

Monday Night

JUNE 20, 2016

This will be our annual

 Ladies Night Supper.

This year we will be having a ham supper and it will begin at 6:30 PM.

 

 

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What is Masonry?

 

Masonry, also known as Freemasonry, is the oldest and largest fraternity in the world. There is no other organization where a man can walk into a room full of strangers, anywhere on the face of the earth, and immediately be welcomed and honored as a friend and as a Brother. It has been estimated that over 100,000 books have been written about it.

 

Freemasonry has no regard for differences in a person's race, color, creed or station in life. Its history and traditions date from antiquity. It has two purposes: first to inspire its members to live by the tenets of Brotherly Love, Relief and Truth, and, second, to join its members in the endeavor to build a world where justice, equality, and compassion shine forth in the happiness of all human kind. While its moral philosophy is founded upon religious principles, it is not a religion nor a substitute for one. It does not solicit membership but welcomes men who have good morals and who profess a belief in a Supreme Being. Any man sincerely desirous of serving humanity only needs to ask a member in order to receive a petition for membership.

 

When a man asks to join a Masonic Lodge, he enters into an opportunity for personal development, character building, and the acquisition of leadership capacities. Through his Masonic journey and his association which his brethren, a Mason learns the skill and finds the understanding with which he can enhance his community and strengthen his family.

 

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Much of the structure of the Masonic Fraternity is modeled on the medieval guilds of stone masons who constructed the magnificent cathedrals in Europe during the middle ages. Similarly, a great deal of modern Freemasonry's moral symbolism draws from the art and science of these builders. Much the same as these master workmen labored to build an expression of a community’s faith, so Freemasons today labor within their communities to make them a finer place to live. While our earliest Masonic documents date from the close of the thirteenth century, present Masonic practice and structure emerged some three hundred years ago when lodges of masons began to accept men of prominence and learning who were not stone masons. In 1717, four lodges in England met and formed the first Grand Lodge with a Grand Master at its head.

 

 

 

Our Lodge

Saccarappa Masonic Lodge #86 AF&AM

573 Main Street

Westbrook, Maine  04092

 

For more Lodge information

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Directions to Lodge

 

We meet on the

1st Monday at 7:30 P.M.

(except July & August)

 

Annual - January

 

Meeting on 2nd floor, dining downstairs, parking behind Lodge.

 

2016 Lodge Officers

 

 

 

 

Contact Us

  
Telephone
(207) 854-9365

 

Steve Laslie

Worshipful Master

Home 786-3907

Cell 577-3956

 

Paul Laslie

Senior Warden

Home 774-3896

 

William Prout

Junior Warden

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  • Carl Taylor

    Secretary

    Home 591-9175

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    Saccarappa Masonic Lodge #86, AF&AM

    Secretary

    Post Office Box 378

    Westbrook, Maine 04098-0398

     
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