September Stated Meeting Tuesday September 1st at 7:30 PM
Brothers of Lodge 693 and visiting Brethren are invited to our next Stated Meeting on September 1st at 7:30PM. Dinner served from 6:00PM.
Our Message to the Public: 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
Read the Lodge 693 May 2015 Trestleboard
The May issue of the Lodge 693 Trestleboard is now available online. To read it, clickhere
Recently @ Lodge 693
Brother Cecil Brissette is Lodge 693's Newest Entered Apprentice
The Brethren of Lodge 693 welcome our newest Entered Apprentice, Brother Cecil Brissette. He had the privilege of being Initiated into our Lodge at Destiny Lodge 856 at the Masonic Home in Covina on May 23rd.
3 New Lodge 693 Officers Installed at the May Stated Meeting
The May Stated Meeting included Installation of three new Lodge Officers: Brothers Robert Jacob, Junior Deacon; William Roose, Senior Deacon; and David Mariner, Senior Steward.
Pictured above: Kurt Handshuh, WM; Robert Jacob, William Roose, David Mariner, Mark Steiger, Chaplain, and Imanuel Eisendle, PM
Brother Steiger served as Installing Chaplain and Brother Eisendle was the Master of Ceremonies.