Kingman Lodge #22

On behalf of the Brethren from Kingman Masonic Lodge #22 Free & Accepted Masons of Arizona I’d like to welcome you to our website. Our website has several valuable resources that will be helpful to our members and visitors. Please take the time to register for the trestleboard. Use the contact us page, so that we may answer any questions that you may have concerning Freemasonry, in general, or our Lodge, in particular. On our website you’ll find information concerning our Masonic Fraternity, our Officers and other resources. We list meeting times, Charitable activities, social and educational events and welcome inquiries on how to become a Mason.

As Freemasonry is the oldest Fraternity in the world that is dedicated to the Brotherhood of Man, we hope that you will find an interest in its principles of Brotherly Love, Relief and Truth. As Kingman Masonic Lodge #22 was Chartered in 1915 it has seen many changes and much growth. Our Lodge was Re-Dedicated in 2015 as we celebrated our 100th year. Our Lodge was constructed in 1939 by Freemasons who had labored on Boulder Dam. Before that, the Lodge was held in the Odd Fellows Hall in Kingman, AZ.

UPCOMING EVENTS


Dec 2019

Kingman Lodge #22 Stated Meeting – 12/09/2019 at 7:30 pm
Sunday Morning Fellowship – 12/15/2019 at 9:00 am
Sunday Morning Fellowship – 12/22/2019 at 9:00 am

Whence Came You?


Message from the Master

Welcome Home Brother

You may have arrived at this place through diligent search or you may have just happened on to it. You may be an honored Brother in our fraternity on a quest for greater meaning or you may be a man who is in search of a place where you can truly feel that you belong.

Freemasonry promises answers in either case.

 

Kingman Lodge #22 seeks to be that Masonic Lodge, which any Brother, from any time and any place would be proud to claim as “his Lodge”. Our Brothers have dedicated themselves to offer a warm and friendly welcome to all Masons. If you are not a Mason but would like to find out more about our Fraternity and to begin to understand the rewards for Masonic Service, please join us and share in our Brotherhood.

Most Sincerely Offered
John Hansen

 

John Hansen, Worshipful Master
Kingman Lodge #22, Free and Accepted Masons of the Grand Lodge of Arizona