I am happy to report that Dunedin 192 will be reopening for it's first stated meeting on Monday, September 21st at 7pm. Please be mindful of the following:
Thank you for taking these steps with us to ensure the safety of all of our brothers!
W:. Gregory Gulick, DO, MPH, MA, FACP
September 21, 2020
Freemasonry is a Brotherhood of men who share common values and are interested in improving themselves, their community, and the world at large.
Freemasonry is an esoteric society, in that certain aspects of its internal work are not generally disclosed to the public, but it is not an occult system, and in recent years, it has become less and less a “secret society” than a “society with secrets”. Among the reasons given for the amount of secrecy that remains, is that Freemasonry uses an initiatory system of degrees to progressively explore ethical and philosophical issues, and that the system is less effective if the observer knows beforehand what will happen. It is often referred to as “a beautiful system of morality veiled in allegory and illustrated by symbols.”
To build an Institution that calls men to their highest level of social being in a state of dignity and decorum, which could serve as a place for serious mindful discourse ont he lessons and meaning of life, and search for the better development of oneself.
To promote Brotherhood through social interactions including our families.
To practice Masonic values in our daily lives as a Lodge.
* Monday September 28, 7 pm. Entered Apprentice Degree. Officer dress Dark Suits.
*Monday October 5, Lodge Dark.
*Monday October 12, COLUMBUS DAY.
*Monday October 12, 6:30 pm. Officer meeting and practice.
*Monday October 19, 7 pm. Stated Communication. No. dinner.
Dunedin Lodge is an active Lodge. We enjoy spending time in and out of the Lodge room. This news area was created to share how we interact in the world and hopefully help make it a better place.
Our Lodge Officers are committed men to the Craft and to each other. This section will introduce you to the current men who are the officers of Dunedin Lodge No.192.