About Hill City Masonic Lodge
We were chartered on June 10, 1876.
We meet on Tuesdays for fellowship beginning at 5:30 PM and dinner at 6:30.
Stated meetings are on the first Tuesday of the month, with called meetings on most other Tuesdays (excepting major holidays and special occasions).
Visit our Facebook page for more details about upcoming meetings and events.
We welcome you to visit and share our food and fellowship. We’re always happy to see brother masons from other lodges in the area or state, as well as brethren from other states and throughout the world.
If you’re interested in learning more about Freemasonry, join us on Tuesdays or call us at the number listed above — no appointment is necessary.
There are many reasons to be interested in starting your Masonic journey. Perhaps your grandfather was a Mason, and you want to learn more about it. You may be looking for opportunities for community service and fellowship with like-minded men. Maybe you want to discover for yourself about the deeper mysteries and symbolism of Masonry.
Whatever the case, we’re always looking for good men interested in joining our lodge, and are happy to answer your questions during fellowship and dinner.
Masonry is a fraternity and not a religion. While it does acknowledge the existence of God, it tells no person what religion he should belong to nor what God should mean to him — we are a fraternity and not a house of worship.
As such, candidates in Masonry must confess a belief in God, though it asks no one to expound on the particulars of his faith.