Welcome to the Grand Lodge of Connecticut Website!

The Grand Lodge of Connecticut welcomes you to its web portal. We intend to have up-to-date information by providing a dynamic setting for information, news, and announcements. We welcome your input. Freemasonry in Connecticut is very active, and we want you to search this site and discover all that Connecticut Masonry has to offer. Check back often to view updates and improvements as we all use this tool for “The Masonic Family, Working Together To Benefit All."

Interviews at the Northeast Conference of Grand Master 2013

Traveling Man Masonic Passport


The Traveling Man Masonic Passport program is open to everyone. One of the joys of being a Mason is the ability to travel, and this program encourages and recognizes those brothers who do so. The passport costs $20, although the program itself does not cost $20 to create and administer. The additional funds raised through the sale of these passports will be used to support the Masonic Medical Research Laboratory and fund their search for a cure for heart disease. The passport is available through the Grand Lodge office.

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Masonicare Video for New Masons



Here is a video made specifically for new Masons that introduces Masonicare. As the largest health care provider for seniors in Connecticut, Masonicare advances Masonic values.

Click here for Masonicare's Introduction for new Masons Part 1
Click here for Masonicare's Introduction for new Masons Part 2

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Where Will the Grand Master Be in the Next Two Weeks?

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Connecticut Freemasons

November 2014 Issue

Connecticut Freemasons is the official publication of the Grand Lodge of Connecticut AF & AM. and issued monthly except August. It is supported by the dues paying members of the Grand Lodge of Connecticut along with advertising, contributions, and donations.

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