Upcoming Events Lodge No. 43
Stated Meetings of Lodge No. 43, F. & A. M. are on the second Wednesday of each month at 7:30 p.m., except in July, August, November and December. There are traditionally no Stated Meetings in July or August. The December Stated Meeting starts at 7:00 p.m., due to the Election of Officers. A catered meal is served prior to all Stated Meetings at 6:30 pm except in December.
Meals served at the Stated Meetings are $10.00 per person with a reservation required by the Sunday before the Stated Meeting. Call Bro. Troy Shearer 717-701-5411 or by email: email@example.com if you plan to attend.
MASONIC EDUCATION CLASSES FIRST MONDAYS – 6:30 PM Next Class: Mandatory for candidates in between degrees and newly Raised Masons. Mentors please remind your candidates. Class open to all other members, come get a refresher!
The Stated and Extra Meeting of Lodge No. 43 are listed here and will be held in the Masonic Center, 213 W. Chestnut Street, Lancaster, PA.
FELLOWSHIP COMMITTEE THIRD MONDAYS – 7:00 PM
Come find out what the Fellowship Committee buzz is all about! Working on your Master Craftsman, or Builder Awards? Are you a new Master Mason wondering, “What’s Next?” Or have you been a member for a while looking to “Plug Back In?” Missing out on events? Don’t know where to find Lodge or District info? Look no further. Bro. Ken Hudson and his team are here for you, come join us!
Stated Meeting: Lodge No 43 In The Masonic Center, 213 W. Chestnut Street, Lancaster, PA Wednesday evening 9/11/19 7:30 PM
PROGRAM: “The Last Full Measure”
The Valley of Reading will be performing “The Last Full Measure,” more commonly known as “The Lincoln Play or the Lincoln Degree.” Formerly known as the 26° for the Northern Masonic Jurisdiction, the degree was decommissioned and released as a play for public viewing. In this degree, you’ll be transported to a Civil War hospital camp near the White House and witness Abraham Lincoln’s first exposure to Freemasonry. This degree tells the story of Abraham Lincoln, a presidential aide, a field doctor, a young boy, and the young boys brother who happens to be a captured Confederate Officer. The play teaches the lesson of Masonry being a house undivided, bringing brethren together even during one of the most trying times in our nation’s history.
MASONIC EDUCATION:“The Past Masters Jewel” and the recognition of the Past Master of Lodge No. 43
Lodge No. 43 Extra Meeting Thursday, September 12th
7:00 PM – Meal at the Break – NO COST!
Come out and support our candidates and newest members!
September 18th: Lodge in the Woods, J Edward Mack Scout Res., Newmanstown
September 21st: Autumn Day, Masonic Village, Elizabethtown
October 9th: Lodge 43 Table Lodge
December 7th: Lodge No. 43 Annual Banquet, Railroad Museum of PA, Strasburg