Grand Lodge of Indiana
would like to invite you to explore Freemasonry, a system of morality, veiled in allegory and revealed through symbols.
Freemasonry is the world's oldest and largest Fraternity, with more than 6 million members. The State of Indiana boasts nearly 60,000 members, making it one of the largest Masonic jurisdictions in the world. Membership in traditional "Blue Lodges", such as Terre Haute Lodge, No. 19, opens the door to a variety of other worthy and world-renowned organizations, such as the Scottish Rite, the York Rite, and the Shrine.
Chartered in 1821, Terre Haute Lodge, No. 19, is nearly the oldest entity in Vigo County, second only to the county itself. Terre Haute Lodge boasts excellence in ritual, Masonic education, and community service. Come explore the hidden mysteries of Masonry with the men of Terre Haute Lodge, No 19.
The Lodge meets on the first Tuesday of every month, at the Terre Haute Masonic Temple at 224 N. 8th Street, a beautiful, historic building located in downtown Terre Haute, near Indiana State University.
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Masonic education is the cornerstone of your Masonic life. Every Mason is taught to always be in search of more light. Education and instruction in Masonic topics is an important part of life in Terre Haute Lodge, No. 19. Explore our Masonic Education page which contains a variety of topics for consumption by Masons and non-Masons alike. Click here to learn more.
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29 June 2016