Twin Cities and Greater Minnesota Lodges
- Grand Lodge of Minnesota – with links to all state lodges
- Albert Pike Lodge #237 - meets at 905 Main Street, Hopkins MN
- Ancient Landmark Lodge #5 - meets at 200 Plato Blvd., St. Paul MN
- Anoka Lodge #30 - meets at 1900 3rd Avenue South, Anoka MN
- Arcana Lodge #187 - meets at 920 Lowry Ave. No, Minneapolis MN – turn your speakers down!
- Braden Lodge #168 - meets at the Historic Triune Temple, 1898 Iglehart Avenue, St. Paul, MN
- Cataract Lodge #2 - meets at 5149 Bloomington Ave. So., Minneapolis MN
- Khurum-Sunlight Lodge #112 - meets at St. Louis Park MN
- Minneapolis Lodge #19 - meets at 2540 Park Ave. So., Minneapolis MN
- Minnehaha Lodge #165 - meets at 5149 Bloomington Ave., Minneapolis MN
- Minnesota River Valley Lodge #6 - meets at 110 1/2 First Ave. E., Shakopee MN
Sir Winston Churchill Lodge No. 351
- meets at Twin Cities member homes, see website for details.
Templar Lodge No. 176 - meets at 6509 Walker Street, Saint Louis Park MN
Unizar Lodge No. 347 - meets at the Historic Triune Temple, 1898 Iglehart Ave., St. Paul MN
Sites of Other Masonic Bodies and Jurisdictions
You can read more about these and other fine organizations here.
Masonic Information, Videos, and in the News
Sites of Interest for Masonic Education, History and Culture:
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- The Art of Manliness - Not "Masonic" per se, but good material about traditional manhood
- The George Washington National Masonic Memorial - A true national treasure supporting the Masonic Family and memorializing our esteemed brother George Washington, near DC in Alexandria, VA. Be sure to see it when you are in Washington DC
- The Lodge Room - A Canadian lodge education resource, edited by prolific Masonic author Stephen Dafoe
- MasonicInfo.com - A resource on all the anti-masonic rumors and conspiracy theories out there
- Masonic Lodge of Education - A treasury of Masonic educational materials from a US jurisdiction
- Masonic Renewal - A committee and web resource of the Conference of Grand Masters of North America, led by MN's own Neil Neddermeyer
- Master Mason - The Masonic Light website has extensive articles and graphics on the Fraternity
- Pietre-Stones - A multi-lingual website with extensive essays and research information about the Fraternity. Strong international flavor
- The Scottish Key - A video produced by a group of European Masons, explains our history well
The University of Sheffeld - From an English University, this is a scholarly Centre for Study into the Fraternity. Sponsors an annual conference
- The Writings of Ed Halpaus - Our prolific Grand Lodge Education Officer for Minnesota
Minnesota has long been at the forefront of Masonic education. If you would really like to dive in, there are three international research groups whose publications will benefit any member wishing to learn more. They include the Philalethes, the Masonic Society and the Scottish Rite Research Society. Additionally, our Grand LEO, Ed Halpaus, offers a fine weekly publication on a short Masonic topic – simply write to him via his website to get on the distribution list.