Chartered by Grand Lodge to encourage Masonic Study and Research. Their website contains discussion forums; membership in the Lodge gives access to their library, which contains thousands of volumes of research, information, and history.
The principles articulated in this article from the May 2017 Ohio Beacon were utilized in developing this document and may be helpful when developing a comprehensive Lodge Education Program.
Also appears in the Officer’s Manual. Includes guidelines for questions to ask, home visits, decorum, etc
Written to help Brethren who may not always be able to attend Lodge learn to live as a Mason. Sections include: Live Your Masonic Principles, Educate Yourself, Connect With Other Brethren, and Your Actions Have Undivided Attention.
The Masonic code courses have been prepared by the Grand Lodge of Ohio, for Ohio Masons and will help prepare you for leadership in your lodge. They are designed to give you the basic knowledge you will need to help manage the business administration of your lodge. We hope you will enjoy this exciting period in your Masonic career.
Today's Freemasonry through Masonic research papers of the past and present. Discussions on the Fraternity through modern technology made accessible to both Freemasons and men interested in Freemasonry.
The purpose of X-Oriente is to help unite Masons who feel that Masonry should be more than just a nice meal with friends. It is a 20-40 minute Podcast that revolves around ideas that might be of interest to Freemasons, exploring the whys and wherefores of Masonry.
The Masonic Roundtable is a weekly panel of Masons from around the United States who discuss the latest and greatest in Masonic news, events, scholarship, and happenings. Join the conversation!
The After Lodge podcast is the after lodge banter of some men who happen to be Freemasons. Drawing topics from the /r/freemasonry subreddit, as well as the other Masonic networks, the After Lodge podcast discusses current-day topics within and without the fraternity.
Every month since 1923 the Masonic Service Association has published The Short Talk Bulletin, which was to be an informative, chatty discussion of some aspect of Freemasonry: symbols, allegories, history, individuals, etc.. Here, we are bringing all of these jewels of Masonic Light to life, so that Masonic Education may happen wherever Brothers are.
Freemasons are united in the common goal of becoming better men. If you’re ready to find more, fill out the form below and a Freemason representative will reach out to you shortly.
A Freemason is a man who has taken an obligation to uphold our timeless principles of Brotherly love, relief, and truth. Beyond these basics, being a Freemason means so much more. A Freemason is a man who is committed to bettering himself and his community, having taken a solemn vow to help and mentor his Masonic Brothers do the same. A Freemason is a man eager to be part of something bigger than himself, with a reverence for history, compassion in his heart, and a desire to create a better future.
There are three degrees in Freemasonry: Entered Apprentice, Fellowcraft, and Master Mason. Most men advance to the level of Master Mason, some over the course of months; others may accomplish this goal over years. But once a man has taken his first obligation as an Entered Apprentice, he is, once and forever, a Freemason.