455 Perry St, S Perry St, Lawrenceville, GA 30046
Lawrenceville Is Building A Future
Freemasonry is the largest and oldest fraternity in the world. We started our first Grand Lodge in London in 1717 and we have spread to countries all over the globe. The oldest continually operating masonic lodge in the US is in fact, in Savannah Georgia. So we are in great company.
How Do I Join The Freemasons?
As the City of Lawrenceville grows, we have found that more and more high caliber men enjoy the benefits that masonry brings. These benefits are not of a financial nature but a genuine satisfaction gained from new experiences, meeting new, like-minded friends and contributing charitably to society. Click Here if you would like more information.
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Helping The Community
We’re focused on enriching the lives of both the young and the young at heart. Close to our hearts is the Masonic Children's Home in Macon, Ga.
Our mission is to To provide an environment for youth to develop themselves - physically, mentally and spiritually. The cornerstone of this magnificent building was laid in October 1903
Over 2000 children have made their home at the Masonic Home in Macon, Georgia
Formality, Courtesy, Civility
Freemasonry’s teachings and principles encourage members to be better men by being better participants and influencers of today’s society, by becoming prime examples of true gentlemen, and by exemplifying the best in humanity.
Becoming a Freemason through Lawrenceville Lodge not only teaches one to become a better man; it also encourages one to explore the possibilities of one’s true potential through self improvement in many areas of life.
Fraternity & True Friendship
It is often said that Freemasonry “causes true friendships to exist among those who might otherwise have remained at a perpetual distance.”
This is especially true at Lawrenceville Lodge, where meetings are attended by members from different countries and continents.
Needless to say, the opportunities to sample the grape and the grain are plentiful in downtown Lawrenceville.