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Free and Accepted Masons
   
 

MAKING GOOD MEN BETTER
The mission of Freemasonry is to promote a way of life that binds like minded men in a worldwide brotherhood that transcends all religious, ethnic, cultural, social and educational differences; by teaching the great principles of Brotherly Love, Relief, and Truth: and, by the outward expression of these, through its fellowship, its compassion and its concern, to find ways in which to serve God, family, country, neighbors and self.
Most Worshipful Grand Master, 2017 
Casey Lee Hood
WHAT IS FREEMASONRY?
A fraternity of men dedicated to building the moral character of its members and the preservation of personal freedom.
 
Past Grand Master, 2016 
Billy Ray Cutlip  
WHAT I WOULD LIKE MY FRIENDS TO KNOW ABOUT FREEMASONRY.
Unlike the members of other fraternal organizations, Masons are forbidden to solicit anyone to become a member.
 
Past Grand Master, 2015 
Phillip Dwight Hastings  
Who formed the Freemasons?
One theory is that the organization was developed by the ancient stone masons. Another is that it originated with the Knights Templar.
 
Past Grand Master, 1822
Andrew Jackson
Masonic History
President Andrew Jackson had the distinguished honor of serving as Grand Master of the Grand Lodge of Tennessee during the years of 1822 through 1823.

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ANNOUNCEMENTS
Background Checks now mandatory, for more info Click Here

*TEXAS APPEAL FOR RELIEF More Info*


EMail - To be added to TN lists Click Here


2017 SCHOOL OF INSTRUCTION SCHEDULES

None scheduled at this time.


2017 OFFICIAL VISIT SCHEDULES

(Note: for more info on OV's look on the Grand Lodge Calendar)

Johnson, Lewis / June-Nov OV Click Here


EVENTS 2017

Oct 21, 11th annual  Degree Among the Pines by Martin City Lodge #551, More Info.

Nov 4 & 5, TN Craftsmen Motorcycle Club 2nd Annual Turkey Shoot Fundraiser. More Info

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