Welcome to Endeavor Lodge No.17 A.F. & A.M. website. This site is intended to inform members of our various functions and happenings within the brotherhood of Freemasonry and in the 3rd district . Our stated Communication meetings are held on the second Thursday of each month unless noted on the calendar. Please regularly check the calendar link on the navigation bar. The events tab will include all notices that this website has been informed about. The website has been formatted to be Cell phone friendly. There are some pages still in transition on the history of the lodge. For visible reading explore these pages in the history section on your home computer until formatted..

Why become a Mason? Masonry is a voluntary, fraternal organization, composed of men of good will, good character and good reputation, who believes in an Almighty Creator and practices the spirit of universal brotherhood to man. They are loyal to their country and devote their time to the principles of friendship and fellowship. Their focus is to be of service to all mankind. For many men, Freemasonry fulfills a part of themselves that they intrinsically felt was missing. Whether it be the social, the philosophical, the spiritual, the historical or simply a sense of community with others; you will find within Freemasonry that part of you which you seek.

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Freemasonry is the oldest, largest and most widely recognized fraternal organization in the world. Founded in London, England in 1717.As a fraternal organization, Freemasonry unites men of good character who, though of different religious, ethnic, or social backgrounds, share a belief in the fatherhood of God and the brotherhood of mankind. The traditions of Freemasonry are founded upon the building of King Solomon’s Temple, and its fraternal ceremonies use the working tools of the stonemasons to symbolize moral lessons and truths. For example, Masons are reminded at Lodge to “meet upon the level of equality, act by the plumb of uprightness, and part upon the square of virtue.” Like most organizations, one will get out of Freemasonry what he is able to put into it. However, membership in Freemasonry is not meant in any way to interfere with an individual’s commitment to his faith, family, or occupation. Freemasonry is not and never can be a replacement for these important institutions, but rather it is a positive environment that reminds every Mason of his duty to God, his community, his family and himself.

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