About Masonry
The history, goals and practices of Freemasonry explained.

 

DISTRICTS

Click on District name for Lodges

District Map Link

 

What's New

Masonic Links
Contact Us
Top of Page

The Great Falls District

of the

Grand Lodge of the Ancient Free & Accepted Masons of Montana

 


Instituted on September 16th 1880, with the founding of Benton Lodge #25, Freemasonry has been a vital part of the area ever since. We are proud to represent the world's oldest and largest (estimated around 3 million members worldwide) fraternity. Freemasonry is founded on a core belief that, through a common dedication to a Supreme Being and several essential principles, good men may be made better.

This site will provide you with a fuller understanding of Freemasonry and our work in our Ancient Craft, and information on how to contact and join us.


Scheduled Events Calendar

Click above to search by month, date & year

We've color coded to help differentiate events

Lady's Events-Lodge Meetings-Meeting-Youth Events

Men’s Event-OES-Private Events-Public Events

Regional Masonic Events-Scottish Rite-Shrine Events-York Rite Bodies

Great Falls District Lodges

District Officer R. Wor. Alan T. Frohberg
alanfrohberg@grandlodgemontana.org
c 781-3547

GreatFalls District Lodges are located in the following Montana cities; Augusta, Cascade, Choteau, Conrad, Cut Bank, Fort Benton, Geraldine, Great Falls, and Shelby. Please check the Lodge page for specific lodge contact information.

Benton Lodge #25 Fort Benton
Cascade Lodge #34 Great Falls
Choteau Lodge #44 Choteau
Augusta Lodge #54 Augusta
Euclid Lodge #58 Great Falls
Pondera Lodge #80 Conrad
Cut Bank Lodge #82 Cut Bank
Meridian Lodge #105 Cascade
Delta Lodge #128 Great Falls
Shelby Lodge #143 Shelby

 

Our Objectives

Mentoring of New Candidates

Mentoring of New Lodge Officers

Provide Players for Degree Teams

Mentoring of Lodge Members for Degrees and Lectures


Top of Page

Home | About MasonryWhat's New | Masonic Links | Contact Us


Copyright, 2016, Consul-Comp Technologies in Montana. All rights reserved.

Last updated on Tuesday March 05, 2019