A Message from Our Grand Master in Huntington, Long Island NY

Grand Master Message

As Masons, we are first and foremost builders. Where once masons built cathedrals and structures of stone, today’s Masons must build structures that connect with others. We must connect with our families, with our communities, and with our fraternity. It is not enough to say that we have built something in the past; we must continue to build today and tomorrow. Our work will never be done.

We must always strive to put the good of the fraternity first. We must strive to be better Masons than those who have gone before us. It is a lifelong challenge to which every one of us must dedicate themselves – Be a Masonic Builder, and build a bridge to others!

About the Fraternity

About Freemasonry

Masonry is the world’s first and largest fraternal organization, and is based on the belief that each man has a responsibility to help make the world a better place. Through our culture of philanthropy, we make a profound difference for our brothers, our families, our…

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Jephtha Lodge 494

About Jephtha Lodge 494

Huntington was Masonically dark until late 1859, when a meeting took place at the house of Francis Olmstead in Northport, New York between William H. King, Jesse Carll, David Carll, John H. Jarvis, Phineas E. Sills and C.A. Floyd for the purpose of taking into consideration the feasibility…

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