Coming up @ Lodge 693
Tuesday January 22nd 7:00 PM
Officers' School of Instruction
1st Degree, Sections 1 & 2
A message from Cesar Rubio, Worshipful Master
Nobody joined Masonry so that we could listen to the minutes of our last stated meeting and pay the bills. I believe that many of us joined because we thought we were going to be taught something special. We don’t need to join the Craft so we can learn about morals and ethics, we can learn about that at home from our parents. We don’t need to join the Craft to become charitable, we can do that on our own and donate to whatever charity we want or donate our time to the local rescue mission.
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A summary of where the Lodge is today and our goals for the months ahead.
Recently @ Lodge 693
Lodge 693's 2019 Officers Installed
Lodge 693 is looking forward to another year of growth, fellowship and deep dives into the study and practice of Freemasonry. Our 2019 Officers were installed December 8th in a moving ceremony led by Installing Officer Luther Wood, PM.
Fellowship Night at the Lodge
Our Message to All: Welcome!
Palm Springs Lodge 693 is our area's home to the world's largest and oldest fraternity. We are a group of men who, through Freemasonry, enjoy friendship, personal growth, and spirituality without dogmatism.
Who are we? Our Lodge includes Brothers working in law enforcement, building trades, medicine, finance, real estate, media, law, pool maintenance, retail, aviation...even guys enjoying retirement. Every age group is represented in our membership. We have Lodge members in their 20s, 30s, 40s, 50s, 60s, 70s, 80s, and 90s!
Masons meet "on the level." No matter your social rank, professional status, or the size of your bank account, when Lodge is meeting, we're equals - brought together in a centuries-old tradition of fellowship.
What's Freemasonry all about? It's often said that one of its purposes is "making good men better." True, but there's a lot more to the vast tapestry of our Craft. Learn more here.
Masons do not solicit new members. Interested men must approach of their own initiative. For someone interested in Masonry, 2B1ASK1.
Don't know a Mason? No problem. Lodge 693 and all Masonic Lodges welcome inquiries! Contact us here