Welcome to Milwaukie Masonic Lodge, the best lodge in the Portland area!

Making Good Men Better

Welcome to the Milwaukie Masonic Lodge web site. We’re located in the middle of downtown Milwaukie on Main and Harrison, across from the Ledding Library and City Hall. Our membership is among the strongest in Oregon, with a membership of almost two-hundred men – many of them very active. If you’d like to learn more about freemasonry, please read our frequently asked questions. If you’d like to contact us about membership, we’d love to hear from you. Check out our membership page to find out how.

Stated Meetings are held on the 2nd Tuesday of the month at 7:30 p.m. Dinner is served beforehand at 6:30pm. Ladies, sojourners, and guests welcome.

Events & Facility Rental

We rent our lodge for special events, weddings, classes, retreats, reunions, and parties. Click here to learn more.

Milwaukie Art and Artisan Market

The Market runs in the summertime on Sundays from 10-2.  Our building hosts the Milwaukie Art & Artisan Market – featuring fine art, photography, ceramics, jewelry, glass, painting, sculpture and more.  The market is inside the Lodge, across the street from the Milwaukie Farmer’s Market. Indoor booths start at only $20. Vendors contact Patrick by clicking here, or calling weekdays at 503-380-9480.

Our extended Masonic family

Milwaukie Masonic Lodge is home to approximately 200 Portland area Masons, plus several other organizations in our extended Masonic family: Demolay, Job’s Daughters, Eastern Star, Amaranth, York Rite, and Royal Arch Masons.

Membership

HOW DO I BECOME A MASON?

Those who seek membership

Anyone seeking Membership in Freemasonry MUST ASK a Masonic Lodge to recommend him. He must sign a Petition, stating his age, occupation and place of residence. Members of the Lodge vote by secret ballot. To be accepted, the ballot must be unanimous.

Click here to read some of the frequently asked questions about Masonry.

If you’re interested in the Craft, the best way to begin your journey is to use our Friend 2 Friend network. Click here to e-mail our Friend 2 Friend contact person or use the form below. We can help answer any questions you may have, arrange for you to meet some of the brothers, and take a tour of our Lodge.

Read some information from the Grand Lodge about Masonry.

Milwaukie #109 has one of the most active and diverse memberships you will likely find.

Petitioning for membership

The process of joining the lodge starts with what is known as “Petitioning” the lodge for membership – essentially, asking to join. The Petition must be filled out, signed, and mailed to the lodge or given to your sponsor. Initiation Fees must accompany the Petition, but will be refunded in full if for some unusual reason your petition is rejected.

If you are just curious about our lodge and want to attend an event, contact our Friend-to-Friend committee and they will help you, and answer any questions you may have about our fine fraternity.

If you would like a petition immediately, please fill out this form completely and someone will get in touch with you right away. Press send when done!

Petition Request Form

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Another beautiful building being sold. This time in Wales. ...

Former masonic Lodge for sale 149.. Lachlan St Forbes New South Wales 2871 This building was constructed in 1922 for the Masonic Lodge where they have remained up until now. The building has the distinctive columns and the gable that has the watching eye. On the inside, the main room has an ancient feel, with the high arched ceiling and a black & white tiled feature in the middle. From the large entrance area you can access the dining room and kitchen area. The building is set on 707m2 block with rear lane access.

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In memory of Brother Neil Clevenger.
I hope you all remember that you have a band of Brothers to call on when you need a hand.

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RIP Brother

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