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The Rocky Mountain District

of the

Grand Lodge of the Ancient Free & Accepted Masons of Montana

 


Instituted on January 26th 1866, with the founding of Helena Lodge #3, Freemasonry has been a vital part of the area ever since. We are proud to represent the world's oldest and largest (estimated around 3 million members worldwide) fraternity. Freemasonry is founded on a core belief that, through a common dedication to a Supreme Being and several essential principles, good men may be made better.

This site will provide you with a fuller understanding of Freemasonry and our work in our Ancient Craft, and information on how to contact and join us.


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Rocky Mountain District Lodges

District Officer Wor. Sam Whitehead
samwhitehead@grandlodgemontana.org
c 439-2334

Rocky Mountain District Lodges are located in the following Montana cities; Anaconda, Boulder, Butte, Butte, Deer Lodge, Helena, and Marysville. Please check the Lodge page for specific lodge contact information.

Helena Lodge #3 Helena
Morning Star Lodge #5 Helena
Deer Lodge #14 Deer Lodge
Butte Lodge #22 Butte
Mount Moriah Lodge #24 Butte
Acacia Lodge #33 Anaconda
Boulder-Basin Lodge #41 Boulder
Ottawa Lodge #51 Marysville

 

Our Objectives

Mentoring of New Candidates

Mentoring of New Lodge Officers

Provide Players for Degree Teams

Mentoring of Lodge Members for Degrees and Lectures


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