Masonry (or Freemasonry) is the oldest fraternity in the world. No one knows just how old it is because the actual origins have been lost in time. Probably, it arose from the guilds of stonemasons who built the castles and cathedrals of the Middle Ages.
To: ALL FAMILY & FRIENDS Hello everyone, If you are experiencing any problems with the upcoming weather conditions – please contact our B.L.E.R.T page. We will have the nearest member of the BLERT team contact you! Thank you, Beacon Light Emergency Response Team (B.L.E.R.T)
MW Jeffrey M. Williamson had the honor of presenting a $100,000.00 check to MW Simon LaPlace, PGM (CT) Executive Secretary of the Masonic Service Association of North America. This check encompassed the incredible outpouring of donations given by individual Masons, Lodges and Districts within the
My Brothers, The Summer is finished, and Autumn is in full force, the weather is changing, the tree leaves are turning colors and dropping, and we, as Masons, are hard at work in the quarries. As Americans, we are now preparing to celebrate the Thanksgiving
Good evening Brothers and Friends of the Richmond District, As part of our ongoing efforts to make sure that our elders and widows are fine – please contact the Beacon Light phone @ 347-695-7929 if any issues arise during this snow storm. We will make
Have you wanted to make a purchase or buy a gift and give a donation at the same time? Well now is your chance to give for a good cause! Amazon Smile has teamed up with the Masonic Medical Research Lab in order for you
On November 14th, 2016, Beacon Light Lodge #701 will be hosting a Veteran’s Day Ceremony. Starting at 6:30pm, there will be a dinner for those attending and ceremony is to follow.
For any assistance during this storm, please contact us @ 347-695-7929 We will have an Emergency Response Team in place for this weekend’s weather.
Dear Brothers of New York, Fueled by drenching rainstorms, massive flooding in Louisiana has damaged and destroyed many homes and buildings, with approximately 100,000 persons reportedly displaced. Cities such as Baton Rouge received 19 inches of rain in just 15 hours. The damage due to