Fritz Lodge No. 308
Conshohocken, Pennsylvania
Constituted September 29, 1857

Fort Washington Lodge No. 308, constituted September 29, 1857, and Fritz Lodge No. 420, constituted August 15, 1868, merged on December 31, 2001, forming the present Fritz Lodge No. 308

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Peter Fritz Past RWGM 1848-1849

Freemasonry

Freemasonry may have a different meaning to different individuals yet it encompasses the following attributes: 1) A charitable organization that has consistently devoted itself to the service of fellow humans. 2) A system of moral and spiritual lessons that help better a member’s character. 3) A venue for fellowship with like-minded men of high moral and ethical qualities. 4) A school of leadership in an ever changing world that needs men who can inspire and instill hope in humanity.

Freemasonry is not a religion.  It is a spiritual, non-political, social, ancient fraternity that promotes self-knowledge and tolerance. It rises above all religious, cultural, ethnic, social, educational, and individual differences to focus on that which is common among human beings.  It aims at promoting the values of brotherly love, charity, freedom, and equality.  Masons are family oriented, hard-working, ethical men who take joy and pride in doing good.  Only men who uphold a high ethical standard, strive to constantly improve in every aspect, and believe in a supreme being are welcomed into our fraternity.  We invite you to contact us in order to seek more information about our fraternity and membership.  Please click here for more information PAGL Freemasonry Defined.


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