Grand Lodge of Indiana

Terre Haute Lodge, No. 19 F.&A.M.

Indiana-Illinois Royal Arch Chapter Conferral, Danville, Illinois, November 22, 2014.

2014 Indiana Masonic Home Festival.

Honoring our newest Honorary Member, Brother Frank Lynn of Social Lodge, No. 86.

2014 Lodge Christmas Party.

Our History

Terre Haute Lodge, No. 19, is chartered under the Grand Lodge of Indiana, Free and Accepted Masons.  Formed under dispensation on July 12, 1819, and officially chartered on October 23, 1821, Terre Haute Lodge is the oldest Masonic Lodge in Vigo County and has been in continuous operation since we were formed, nearly 200 years ago.  Click here to learn more.


Our Home

Terre Haute Lodge, No. 19, meets on the First Tuesday of each month at 7pm. Our home is the Terre Haute Masonic Temple, a classical revival building opened in 1917. The Temple is also home to two other Masonic Lodges (Humboldt Lodge, No. 42, and Social Lodge, No. 86) as well as the three bodies of the Terre Haute York Rite (Terre Haute Chapter No. 11 R.A.M., Terre Haute Council No. 8 R. & S.M., and Terre Haute Commandery No. 16 K.T.). In addition to these share-holding bodies, the Temple is home to Job's Daughters Bethel No. 2, Terre Haute Chapter No. 43 Order of the Eastern Star, Terre Haute Order of Amaranth.
















Our Officers

Terre Haute Lodge, No. 19, has a long and proud history of strong Lodge officers.  We count as some of our Past Masters, 3 Past Grand Masters of the State of Indiana, as well as one Past Grand Master of the State of Pennsylvania.  In addition to this, the first President of what would later become First Financial Bank, the first and second Sheriffs of Vigo County, and many more respected members of our community.  Click here to see our current officers, as well as our Past Masters.