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What Are We About?

We provide all active Masons the opportunity to work within the community, from youth initiative, such as the Child ID Program, Outreach initiative, School Support, Holiday Programs for Families in Need and Many more activities to help support the community.

We are open-minded individuals learning leadership skills with the help, but not limited to the participation of all the Past Masters. Growing new membership is the cornerstone of the Lodge, with new members encouraged to be active within and outside the Lodge. The Brethren and families enjoy participating in Lodge programs and a casual atmosphere is encouraged at Masonic functions. We welcome you to ask about us.

Upcoming Events

Annual Sweetheart’s Breakfast

SATURDAY, 13 February 2016
From 8:00 am to 11:00 am

GLENDORA MASONIC LODGE 
135 N. Valley Center Glendora, CA 

at the DONATION $10

Profits from this activity will be used for sponsor’s fraternal and not charitable purposes.

Come out and have some good food and sit with some old friends. That does not mean that you will not make a few new ones. 

This year it’s all you can eat for a donation of $10.00, and if you go away hungry then we did not do our job. Pancakes, sau-
sage, eggs, coffee, milk, juice, and fruit and real maple syrup will be served with a smile. So come early and hungry.

What Does Masonry Mean to You

  • What Does Masonry Mean to You

  • December, 11

    A Holiday Tradition

    The Masonic Home at Union City lights up. Photo courtesy of Garret Moore.  On Dec. 3, the Masonic Homes celebrated its 14th annual tree lighting. M. David Perry, grand master of Masons in California, and his wife, Jeanette, joined Masonic Homes Executive Vice President Gary Charland, residents and staff of

  • December, 11

    Remembering a Culinary Giant

    Bro. Chuck Williams on the cover of the Dec/Jan issue of California Freemason  Charles “Chuck’” of Williams-Sonoma was known worldwide as a culinary genius and esteemed businessman. But in Temple Lodge No. 14 in Sonoma, he was known for something else: Being a brother. Williams passed away on Dec. 5,

  • December, 11

    Committed to a Greener Lodge

      In preparation for their 100th anniversary in 2013, members of King David’s Lodge No. 209 began predicting needed structural updates for the historic lodge building in 2009. Among the identified improvements were restoring their building’s façade to its 1913 original design and notable improvements inside the building. And, there

  • December, 07

    NEW: Masonic Education Opportunity at UCLA

    Margaret C. Jacob, Ph.D., a world-renowned Masonic scholar and founder of the Freemasonry and Civil Society Program at UCLA, will be offering a new course for the winter 2016 semester: Introduction to Historical Practice: Variable Topics in European History: Freemasonry, Civil Society, and Democracy in 18th-Century Europe and America In

Famous Masons

  • NEW: Masonic Education Opportunity at UCLA
  • NEW: Masonic Education Opportunity at UCLA
  • NEW: Masonic Education Opportunity at UCLA
  1. NEW: Masonic Education Opportunity at UCLA
  2. NEW: Masonic Education Opportunity at UCLA
  3. NEW: Masonic Education Opportunity at UCLA

Hall Rental Photos

Located in Glendora just below the beautiful foothills of the San Gabriel Valley, this traditional reception hall has a room capacity for up to 250 people.  The hall comes complete with a 20 foot stage, with wings and changing area, as well as a sound system that will have you
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