Thursday, January 17, 2008

Freemasonry, Who We Are and What We Do

First of all, thank you, to the listeners. We have had a lot of interest in our efforts and we hope you find our work enjoyable as well as informational.

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Our first show is an Introduction and overview of Freemasonry in the 21’st century.
Greenleaf Gardens Lodge No. 670
in Whittier, California. He discusses the following;
• California Freemasonry
• Our Mission
• Masonic writings
• The question “What do masons do?”
• A few Historical points
• Meetings and the three degree’s of a Blue Lodge
• Masonic Youth Groups
• Community Service
• Some common questions
• Benefits of Membership

One of Masonry’s traditions is that we DO NOT solicit members. Interested applicants must ask for an application on their own.
Membership is open to men age 18 years or older who believe in a Supreme Being. We welcome men of all ethnic and religious backgrounds who meet the qualifications and standards.

If you are interested in applying for membership or have other questions concerning the fraternity, contact the lodge secretary at (562) 695-2755 for a membership information and application packet.

Pictures of our first recording session.

Produced by Brian Colburn & Jose Mercado
Engineered by Joel Perales
Hosted by Brian Colburn
Special Guest David Rubin Lodge Activities Chairman