Albert Pike Lodge #162
in Guthrie, Oklahoma
We meet on the 2nd and 4th Mondays of every month in the Grand Lodge Building, 102 S. Broad Street in Guthrie, Oklahoma.
Dinner is at 6:30pm (first meeting of the month)
and Lodge opens at 7:00pm.
The Masonic Lodge is a fraternal organization. The brotherhood reportedly dates back to the days of actual masons who worked on the chapels of Europe. In the 1600′s and 1700′s membership was opened up to men who weren’t, by trade, masons which began the term “Freemasons.” Masonry, and Freemasons, have had an important role in the history of America. Today it is a several million member brotherhood with members spread all over the world. The aim of masonry is to increase brotherly love among its members and fellow man and to protect the wives, widows, and orphans of brother masons. It has been said that masonry “takes good men and makes them better.” Masons work to better their character through charitable and philanthropic activities in the community.