Due to the current Coronavirus pandemic and the need for “Social Distancing”, our WM has notified our members of the following:
“Since everyone else is canceling events I feel we should follow suit. If we were to have a meeting and hear of a brother getting sick I would feel horrible to know that we could have contributed to the brother’s sickness. Our EA degree will be pushed back also. I hope to pick it back up sometime in April but we will have to wait and see how things pan out. Everyone please be safe and if you don’t feel well please call your doctor! I will reach back out within the next couple weeks as we figure out how this will continue.
Lee Pope WM 2020″
The Historical Preservation Committee is entering it’s second year, working to preserve the history of Buford Masonic Lodge #292 by doing the following:
- Record events in photos and text.
- Create a “Annual” to be presented to the Worshipful Master and bretheren at the end of each year.
- Update and maintain the Lodge Library.
- Complete the picture gallery of previous Worshipful Masters.
Email us at email@example.com with comments and suggestions.
Our new website was put on-line Sunday July 15th. There is much to be done yet to make it complete. Your comments and suggestions are welcomed. I will do my best in evaluating all comments and try to make our website more useful and enjoyable. Fraternally yours, Ray Bailey.
Would you dare to be different?
Living the life of a Mason is a life different from most any ordinary life. A Mason is loyal to his word, his bond, his family, his country and above all Loyal to his GOD!
To live the life of a Mason would mean NOT doing things that you would have done in the past, handling situations in a manner befitting the dignity of a Mason and an upstanding man of faith. Not allowing yourself to be placed in a situation that would bring question to your Morality. Being up front and honest in your dealings with EVERYONE, not just another Mason.
To walk the life of a Mason would mean YOU represent Freemasonry in everything you do; it will be no secret that you are a Mason, lots of people will know and they WILL judge Freemasonry as a whole by YOUR actions.
If you think this would be the type honored life you would like to live, then seek out a Mason you know and ask how you would go about joining, ask for that elusive petition and get the ball started!
Good Luck in your Masonic journey. It will be a life long joy to be a part of and to pass down to your children. In this journey you will meet friends who will become brothers, and this relationship will last for as long as you desire.
Dan Dacus Past Master 2009
Buford Masonic Lodge 292 F&AM