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Harwich - Pilgrim Masonic Lodge, A.F. & A.M.

 

 

 
Address:
Main Street and Route 124
Harwich Center, MA 02645 - Map
 
Meeting Information:
Information coming soon
 
Contact Information:
508-432-0017
 
Other Lodges That Meet In The Same Building:
Information coming soon.
 
History:
Pilgrim Masonic Lodge had its humble beginnings in a 2 Ĺ-story commercial building on Chatham Road in south Harwich Massachusetts. The first apartments were dedicated on March 20, 1860 by the presiding Grand master, Most Worshipful Winslow Lewis. It should be noted that Mt. Horeb lodge was chartered only a few years earlier in west Harwich. Which is now located in the village of South Dennis, MA. One may also surmise that a second Harwich Lodge, located at the eastern edge of town, was conceived for the convenience of candidates and members residing in Chatham, Brewster, Orleans, and beyond.

In 1873 the lodge move to its present day location and purchased the building in 1925. over the years, various members have played and active role in district affairs, with pilgrim supplying twelve District Deputy Grand Masters as well as one deputy grand master to grand lodge. In addition to the movement to establish St. Martinís Lodge in Chatham 1872, similar efforts fail to found a Lodge in Brewster in 1911, but succeeded in 1916 to establish Universal lodge in Orleans and more recently in 1997 the birth of Nauset Light Lodge.

With over a century and a half of dedication to the noble goals of our fraternity, we are well poised to continue our proud heritage of high ideals and public service well into the future.
 
Notable Masons:
Information coming soon
 
Lodge Established:
March 4, 1859
 
Number Of Members:
121
 
Gone Dark?
Yes annually for the summer month of July and August
 
Charitable Events:
Information coming soon
 
Date Of Current Building Construction:
1925
 
Annual Events:
Annually we participate in the Harwich Cranberry Festival selling Lobster Rolls.
 

 

 
 
 

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