Welcome to the website of the Grand Lodge of Masons in Maine.
Whether you're just visiting electronically, plan to come to our state in person, or are already in Vacationland, we hope you'll enjoy your time here.
David A. Walker
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The Grand Lodge Administrative Offices, Library & Museum are at 1007 Main Road in Holden. Mailing address & phone below. Office Hours are Monday through Friday from 8:30AM until 4:30PM. Closed weekends except by prior arrangement.
Last updated on February 21, 2015
• Constitution 2014 available for download (PDF)
• Grand Secretary's Stuff for February
• Maine Masonic Code - NEW ~ NEW (A later version than the one you may have downloaded prior to January 28, 2015). At the 2014 Annual Communication, the Committee on By-Laws placed this proposed revision of our Constitutions before the membership. It was accepted and tabled until the 2015 Annual Communication. During the interim, all Maine Masons are encouraged to consult this document, comparing it to the current Constitution, in order to determine whether this is a worthy replacement.
• Social Media Policy from the Grand Lodge
• Bikes for Books order form in XLS spreadsheet format
Common Links for Lodge Secretaries
IMPORTANT: for questions about the MORI membership database, please contact the Grand Lodge office by email or phone (843-1086).
To link to MORI or to sign up as a new Lodge Secretary, please click here.
Read the Grand Secretary's Newletter
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Information for Lodge Officers
Much of the MEALS (Masonic Education and Lodge Services) material is available to read online and to download as PDF files.
• Read online - Instructor's Guide for Masonic Education
• Have you read Hiram's Handbook? If not, you should !
Information about the Grand Lodge Library
Search the GL Library's holdings here
We're adding books on many topics of interest to Masons and their families including genealogy and Maine history. AND we have some books for the kids too!
If there's interest, we'll start 'educational chats' - discussion about books and topics YOU want to explore. Let us know.
• ATTENTION GENEALOGISTS: Membership records since 1820.
• Freemasonry in Maine - A Handbook for all Masons