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How to Become a Mason?

question58Want to know more on how to become a Freemason? The simple answer is to find a lodge near you and ask a Mason to petition. For a more detailed understanding of the process, click here  …

Find a Lodge Near You

pin71You can find a Masonic Lodge near your area with our Lodge Locator Tool. Non-Masons can use it to find a Lodge to petition, and Masons can use it to find a lodge to visit when in a new area. 


Grand Master's Calendar

calendar146The Grand Master travels to lodges and events all over the state. Want to know when the Grand Master will be in your area? Click here to see his calendar. 

Meet our Most Worshipful Grand Master, Andrew Lane

GM Andrew Lane

Bro. Lane has been an active Freemason for 30 years, having been initiated, passed and raised in Tallapoosa Lodge No. 126 in 1985. He progressed through the chairs in Tallapoosa while in law school in Macon and served as Worshipful Master in 1988, the year he graduated. He transferred his membership to Dallas Lodge No. 182, the lodge closest to his home, in 1990. Progressing through the line in Dallas, he served as Worshipful Master in 1995 and again in 2003. Draketown Lodge No. 252 admitted him to plural membership in 2001, and he was Worshipful Master there in 2002. He is a charter member of Paulding County Daylight Lodge No. 759, one of the newest lodges in the state.

A Mason who enjoys the Uniform Work, Lane served for several years as Director of Work in Dallas Lodge and at Draketown. He holds blue, white, and orange cards; and regularly attends schools of instruction in the Seventh Masonic District. Lane continues to be active in degree conferrals with Dallas Lodge, the Dallas Fellowcraft Club, and the Grand Lodge Officers; and has expressed his hope to participate further in Blue Lodge degree work over the coming year.

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The Most Worshipful Grand Lodge of Free and Accepted Masons for the State of Georgia at its Annual Communication on October 27, 2015, adopted a provision amending the Masonic Code of Georgia regulating the conduct of its members.

Statement of Sovereignty