Lodge No. 43 is proud to be a part of the Grand Lodge of Pennsylvania. This site is one of the many valuable resources we provide to our members and the general public. Take time to browse the various pages within our site for a wealth of information on our Masonic Fraternity, our principles, history, and educational services. We list meeting times, our charitable activities, social and educational events, and embrace inquiries on how to become a Mason.
On December 27, 2003, The Andrew H. Hershey Lodge No. 764 became assimilated with Lodge No. 43.
On December 27, 2020, Washington Lodge No. 156 became assimilated with Lodge No. 43.
Stated Meetings are the Second Wednesday of the month at 7:30 p.m
Did you know that there are now over 1100 Masonic books and Masonic encyclopedias available for your reading pleasure in the Albert L. Einolf Library? The library contains a great selection of publications from the 1800’s by the greatest Masonic writers of that time. It also contains an outstanding selection of the latest masonic books in print today, covering a wide range of Masonic topics. The library is available to all members for their enjoyment and masonic education. Simply stop in the library, make a selection, and sign the book out on the Sign Out Sheet and enjoy what your library has to offer. Lodge No. 43 members interested in seeing a list of books available in our library can click here to access the current Einolf Library booklist (via LibraryThing!). Thank You for your support in helping to promote the Albert Einolf Library.
If you are looking for the Lancaster Masonic Center, please click here: www.lancastermasoniccenter.com
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