Often times our officers meet on this day to discuss business and make preparations. We would be glad to welcome you for a tour of our facilities and to introduce our officers to you on these Mondays.
This is the day of each month the we hold our first stated meetings of the month at 7:30pm. Dinner is provided before Lodge and begins at 6:30pm.
Recreation night. Join us for a game of pool, cards, and hearty fellowship among Brothers and men.
This is the day of each month the we hold our second stated meetings of the month at 7:30pm. We don't usually host a dinner before our meetings on this day but light refreshments are often provided. In December this meeting is always canceled due to the proximity to the solstice holidays.
Once in s blue moon we get a 5th Monday, only a few times a year. On this occasion we hope to celebrate with fellowship and offer a particular recognition and appreciation of the wives and girlfriends of our members. These special events can be found in our calendar.
Each year the Lodge closes operations during the months of July and August.
Periodically we will plan events for holidays and other celebrations of different days of the week and month. Please check our calendar for the latest updates on upcoming events.
Freemasonry is a fraternity, an organization for men, much like a sorority is for woman. It's a Brotherhood, an organization for men from all walks of life, who meet as equals and enjoy each other's company. Men of good moral character, who seek harmony with their fellow man, work; toward self-improvement and wish to make this world a better place.
Masonic membership reflects a mosaic of society. Members include good men of every profession and all age groups, of all religions and of all social, economic and ethnic, backgrounds. Masons are Doctors, Judges, Lawyers, Ministers, Teachers, farmers and Ranchers. Name a profession and you will find Masons. There are approximately 12,000 Masonic Lodges and almost 2 million members in North America. World wide there are over 4 million members.
Our Secretary would be glad to reach out to you
During the year of our 150th Anniversary Celebration Worshipful Brother Kerry Hart presided as Master of the Lodge and over our Celebration Ceremonies.
Worshipful Master - Kerry Hart
Senior Warden - Robert Tschida
Junior Warden - Paul Hohisel
Secretary - Don Mangin
Treasurer - Les Tedrow
Senior Deacon - David Martin
Junior Deacon - Jim Marcum
Marshal - John Montoya
Chaplin - Tony Quintana
Marching steadily into the future, Pueblo Masonry now has its home at the Pueblo Masonic Temple on Broadway near Abriendo. Here 3 masonic Lodges meet regularly to conduct business.
Freemasonry is exclusively for men of the highest moral character. It is rich in history and in heritage. It practices family values and is dedicated to helping others.
Applications must be completed and interviews requested before March 7th
Thank you to all our applicants for your hard work, diligent, and timely application submission. If you missed the deadline, we apologize, we do not make exceptions.
We are glad to welcome Traveling Brethren, Prospective Candidates, and others to visit our Lodge for fellowship, dinners, and recreation nights.
Submit a request to get in touch with our Lodge Secretary and schedule a private tour of Pueblo Masonic Temple
126 Broadway Avenue, Pueblo, Colorado 81004, United States
Our Regular Lodge Meetings are held on the 2nd and 4th Mondays of each month. Holidays and the months of July and August being our only recess.
A dinner is served at 6:30 before the regular meeting on the 2nd Monday. Donations are accepted.
Visitation and tours are also available on the 3rd Monday of the month when the Brothers gather for to play a few games of pool before enjoying some ice cream during our recreation nights.