Must-see Lodges

Discussion in 'General Freemasonry Discussion' started by mrpesas, Feb 6, 2011.

  1. rwmoore

    rwmoore Registered User

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    Rhit,
    It is beautiful, and you have got to hear their pipe organ ... UNBELIEVABLE! It is quite the place, see it on the internet, read the history, then go see it!
    http://www.guthriescottishrite.org/
    Roger
     
  2. jwhoff

    jwhoff Premium Member

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    thanks for the tour. can't wait!
     
  3. Ashton Lawson

    Ashton Lawson Premium Member

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    I'll be going to the Guthrie Reunion in April and plan to petition for plural membership there when I do.

    I toured the Dallas Scottish Rite Temple this morning and it is beautiful also. The blue and green lodge rooms there are absolutely gorgeous!
     
  4. Hndrx

    Hndrx Premium Member

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    What do you all think is the best looking "small" lodge? I'm curious about really neat lodges that aren't large. I'm building a short list of big and little lodges to visit in the future.
     
  5. Spring TX MM

    Spring TX MM Premium Member

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    Another Lodge to visit, Spring Lodge #1174 in Spring, TX of course. Yes, I am partial to it because it is my Lodge. We are extremely active and although the building is not the most impressive, it is well maintained. We have what is said to be the oldest furniture in a Lodge in this state. The stations and chairs in the east, west and south were purchased by Brother Sam Houston. The Holy Alter is also included in that original purchase. As the story goes, Brother Sam Houston purchased them for Lodge # 1 and when Spring was chartered in 1921, some time thereafter, they were donated to us. It is pretty neat and awe inspiring that we still sit in the chairs, use the stations and obligate new Brothers at the Holy Alter, all purchased by an iconic figure such as Brother Sam Houston.

    Spring TX MM (Kyle)
     

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