How To Become A Freemason?

Want to know more on how to become a Freemason?  The simple answer is find a Lodge near you and ask a Mason to petition.  For a more detailed understanding of the process click here

Find A Lodge Near Your

You can find a Masonic Lodge near your area with our Lodge Locator Tool.  Non Masons can use it to find a Lodge to petition, and Masons can use it to find a lodge to visit when in a new area.

Think You Are Ready?

Are you ready to ask a lodge to be made a member?  If you have visited a lodge and have become familiar with its members, the next step is to fill out a petition and submit it to the lodge of your choice.  Get a copy of the petition here …

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Most Worshipful Wendell P. Miller – Grand Master 2015

gm_miller_coinContinuing a longstanding family tradition Wendell was initiated, passed and raised in James Ladd Burgess Lodge No. 1305 in Dallas in 1970 to continue that tradition of masons within the family. When he and Billie relocated to Forney, he affiliated with Brooklyn Lodge No. 386 of that city where he served as Worshipful Master during the 1999-­2000 Masonic Year. His plural endowed lodge memberships include Claud L. Austin Lodge No. 1450 in Dallas where he served as Worshipful Master in 2005­2006 Masonic Year, Charter Member and Past Master of reconstituted Scyene Lodge No. 295 in Quinlan in 2004­2005 Masonic Year, Duck Creek Lodge No. 1419 in Garland and Artesia Lodge No. 406 in Terrell. True to his Oklahoma heritage, Wendell is also a plural member of Caddo Lodge No, 3 in Caddo, Oklahoma. Continue Reading …
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Freemasonry – A Texas Tradition

Masonry in Texas goes back before this land was a State.  In fact it goes back so far, Masonry in Texas started before Texas was even its own sovereign republic.  Many of those who fought in the Alamo were Freemasons, as were many of the founders of this great state, including many of the Republics Presidents.

Read more about our rich history and the contributions our members have made to Texas over the years.

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The Appendant Bodies of Texas

Masonic Youth Organizations