San Dimas Lodge No. 428

Making true friends,
improving ourselves, having an impact

What is Masonry?

Masonry is the world’s first and largest fraternal organization.  It is guided by the enduring belief that each man has a responsibility to make the world a better place.  For 300 years, Freemasonry has enhanced and strengthened the character of individual men by providing opportunities for fellowship, charity, and the search for truth – within ourselves and the larger world.

 

Our Mission and Our Lodge

San Dimas Masonic Lodge #428
San Dimas Masonic Lodge exists to develop and uphold the principal tenets of Freemasonry: Brotherly Love, Relief, & Truth.  We are a brotherhood of men from all backgrounds who place a high value in supporting our community.  We hold in high regard the ancient ceremonies and degrees of Freemasonry passed down through the generations, and preserve them for future generations to come.
San Dimas Masonic Lodge No. 428 was established in 1911 by 20 local Masons who met at the Foresmans & Hoke Hall, developing over the last 100+ years into a strong brotherhood of currently over 100 San Dimas Freemasons.

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Thursday Night Fellowship at the Lodge

Please join us and spend time with the brothers at San Dimas Lodge. For prospective members, get to know  the personality of the lodge as well as spend a relaxing time to chat and snack. We typically meet every Thursday night at 6:30 pm. Come one, come all! We would love to see you there.

San Dimas #428 - 2022 Officers

2022 Officers

George Washington Chapter of DeMolay

DeMolay International is the world’s largest youth leadership organization for young men aged 12 to 21. Its program is designed to provide a safe and moral environment while teaching leadership skills. The organization seeks to build better youth into better men, citizens, husbands, fathers, friends and leaders in the future.

San Dimas Masonic Lodge hosts the George Washington Chapter of DeMolay.  Contact us for more information.

Join Us

San Dimas Lodge No. 428 membership is open to men 18 and older who meet the qualifications and standards of character and intention, and who believe in a Supreme Being.  Men of all ethnic and religious backgrounds are welcome.

One of Freemasonry’s customs is not to solicit members – men must seek membership on their own initiative. Anyone is welcome to request information about the fraternity.

If you are interested in applying for membership to our lodge, now is a good time to start.  Please contact us to schedule a visit during an event, such as our monthly stated meeting dinners on the 1st Monday of each month at 7 p.m., or request more information.

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Upcoming events

Nothing from August 9, 2022 to August 9, 2023.

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In this special issue of California Freemason, we take a Masonic road trip south of the border to learn about the long history of Freemasonry in Latin America.

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Meet three Masonic craftsmen combining technical and artistic wondery to create, repair, and restore musical instruments—making moments of harmonic brilliance possible.

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