ABOUT US

Organized in 1850, The Morton Masonic Lodge was chartered on January 24,1851.  Named for ”Old 300” Colonist and Mason William Morton, the lodge began with twenty charter members.  

ADDRESS

(281) 206-0031

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211 Morton Street

Richmond, TX 77469

 

info@mortonmasons.com

DETAILS

Morton Masonic Lodge No. 72

Richmond Chapter No. 467 R.A.M.

Richmond Council No. 383 R. & S.M.

Masonic District 108

Founded AD 1851  AL 5851

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THE WORLDS OLDEST FRATERNITY

MAKING GOOD MEN BETTER

UPCOMING EVENTS
StatedMeetings

Stated Meetings

2nd Tuesday of every month

6:30 Dinner

7:30 Meeting

Next Stated
Meeting

November 12th 2019

6:30 Dinner

7:30 Tiled EA Meeting

Charity Golf Tournament
Benefiting Scholarships for 
Local High School Students

TBD, 2020

Quail Valley Golf Course

WANT TO BECOME A FREEMASON?

Joining the fraternity of Ancient Free and Accepted Masons requires that a man, of his own free will, petition a Masonic Lodge for the Degrees in Masonry. No Texas Mason should ever ask you to join our fraternity. Below are the general steps that a man seeking membership in Freemasonry may consider. Lodges will likely have their own procedures, but this will help you get started and give you a better understanding of the process.

ASK 

If you know a Mason, ask him about the fraternity. Don’t be shy, we love talking to those interested in Masonry. If you don’t know a Mason, you can use the Lodge Locator to find a lodge near you and contact them.

VISIT THE LODGE

Try to find out if there is a good time for you to visit the lodge. Take this as an opportunity to meet some of the members and ask questions. Don’t be intimidated, they’ll be happy to see you. Most lodges have dinner before their regular stated meetings (meetings usually occur monthly) and guests are almost always welcome. In many areas more than one lodge may exist. Visit as many as you can, get a feeling for the lodges you visit and pick the one that best meets your needs.

REQUEST A PETITION

Request a petition from a Mason or from the lodge you would like to join. You can also find a PDF version of the petition here. Your petition will require the signature of several Masons. If you don’t know any Masons, ask the lodge you’re petitioning for advice.

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