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    Masonic Seal of the
    Grand Lodge Of
    Massachusetts

    Saint George Lodge's
    Masonic Seal
  • Saint George Lodge  A.F. & A.M.

    Instituted March 13, 1878
    Brockton Masonic Building
    279 Prospect St
    Brockton, MA 02301

    Worshipful Master
    Gary Evans King

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    Welcome Brethren.
    The M.W. Harvey J. Waugh believes that each of us has within ourselves the ability to make a difference in our Lodges
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    "If Masonry is to move forward we all have to adapt. I liken it to an automobile engine. The basic internal parts have not changed but the delivery systems have. Pistons still go up and down, valves still open and close but the fuel and air are delivered with much higher energy. Men are no different, at our core we still need the tenets of our profession but the rest of our lives come at us with such high energy we need different systems in place to manage the increased energy.
    The Lodge of Instruction module on Generations addresses the need for blending old traditions and common core values with the new needs of society to move at a much higher pace. In reference to cars how many times have we heard “they don’t make them like they used to” well thank God they don’t. The old cars I remember only got fifteen miles per gallon and lasted seventy thousand miles. Now we have doubled the average gas mileage and tripled the life expectancy. But at its core it is the same! Pistons still go up and down and valves still open and close. Mankind is no different, at our core we all want the same sense of belonging and family but in a world moving faster around us. We as Masons need to adapt our delivery systems to keep pace and stay relevant." ~Michael J. Kelly DDGM 17th

    Regular Business Meetings are on the First Wednesday of each month at 7:30 pm.
    ~~ Dinner at 6:30 ~ reservations needed ~~

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