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Not Just A Man. A Mason.

Now more than ever, the world needs men of honor and integrity. Men that unite and not those who divide. That seek truth and share Brotherly Love with all, no matter their race, religion, gender or creed. Men that live with virtue and character, always striving to be even better.

The world needs more than just men. The world needs Masons.

Grand Master's Message

We had a great call about our membership program on Sunday May 19th. This sums up some of the key learnings we had on the call. Reach out to chairman Nick Ives if you would like to share more feedback or have a suggestion. ... See MoreSee Less
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Trumbull Lodge #22 performed a delightful Fellowcraft Degree last evening for three more brothers. We happily welcomed our District Deputy, Bro. Rob Kovi and his AGM Bro. Kevin Weirsman for the evening. RWB Christopher J. Earle rehearsed an excellent (as always!) Middle Chamber Lecture. An extra special night for the Lodge with MWPGM Bruce Bellmore offering the Charge of the evening. The Lodge will have another FC as soon as next week, Thursday, May 23 at 7:30 pm. All brother FC's are welcome to join us! ... See MoreSee Less
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Trumbull Lodge #22 performed a wonderful Entered Apprentice Degree for their newest brother…..a Fellowcraft Degree is set for Thursday, May 16 at 7:30 pm. Come out and join us! ... See MoreSee Less
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RWB Mark Hawkins and RWB Nick Ives have a conversation about best practices in membership management and Project Blue Wave. Message Nick if you have questions or feedback on the program as we are always looking to refine and improve our processes! ... See MoreSee Less
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Welcome to the Grand Lodge of Connecticut Website!

Freemasonry is a wonderful fraternity. Although Freemasonry is believed to be the oldest surviving fraternal organization in the world, the exact date of its founding is uncertain. Somewhere between 1390 and 1717 lodges of stone masons began to accept men who did not work in the building trade. Eventually lodges were composed of men from different occupations and the foundation of a fraternal Masonic Order emerged. The first Grand Lodge was founded in England in 1717 and quickly spread around the world. The first Lodge in Connecticut was founded in 1750 and has been in continuous operation for 273 years.

Today Freemasonry is an organization of men from all walks of life who have banded together for mutual improvement. Freemasonry does require that its members believe in God and in life after death, though no one is asked to expound upon the particulars of their understanding of those beliefs. We seek not to be better than others, but to help each other grow spiritually, morally, and intellectually.

Freemasonry and its Masonic Family contribute millions of dollars to charitable causes, annually. Masons also donate their time to the needs of others who have met with misfortune. You will find Masons working in soup kitchens, shelters, food banks, and numerous other areas that serve our communities. The spectrum of residential and health care services provided through our great Connecticut institution, Masonicare, is a model of eldercare which is second to none.

Please enjoy our website. If you live in Connecticut or plan to travel here, consider reaching out to enjoy some of our social activities hosted by one of CT’s 89 Lodges. If you would like more information regarding Freemasonry, please use the links above to contact us. We would be pleased to hear from you.


Edward C. Page
Most Worshipful Grand Master

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