University Heights Lodge No. 738
Free and Accepted Masons of Ohio

5516 Mayfield Road
Lyndhurst, Ohio 44124
Aarne Lillo, P.M.
Secretary
Contact the WEBMASTER Adam Rutkowski, P.M.
Worshipful Master
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Adam Rutkowski
Worshipful Master
Welcome to University Heights Lodge #738 F. & A. M. Chartered in 1952 by the Grand Lodge of Free and Accepted Masons of Ohio. University Heights Lodge has established a tradition of excellence in Freemasonry. The result of our efforts is a strong and aggressive lodge where our members enjoy unique community, cultural, social and Masonic events in the surrounding Cleveland area. We are proud of our Lodge and invite you to spend a few minutes with us now and see what we have to offer you. These pages are updated regularly to keep you informed of our upcoming events, so visit us often. Our Lodge encourages interest from any worthy candidate. When you are ready, you may download a Petition or contact the webmaster for more information. For a current list of our lodge activities, please view our Calendar.

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Stated Meetings are held on the 1st and 3rd Thursday, September through June at the Lyndhurst Masonic Center located at 5516 Mayfield Road, Lyndhurst, Ohio 44124. Meetings open at 7:30pm.
 

NEXT STATED MEETING: October 6, 2016 - MM Degree
Lodge opens at 6:30pm for 1st Section; 2nd Section starts promptly at 7:30pm

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UPCOMING EVENTS FOR SEPTEMBER/OCTOBER:
9/18/2016 Annual Clambake


DEGREE WORK: Master Mason Degree scheduled on October 6, 2016. Lodge opens at 7:30pm.

Masonic ritual is designed around the symbolic story of the building of a great, spiritual temple, as represented by the Temple of Solomon. The three Masonic degrees are designed to represent three stages of life: youth, manhood, and age. These three steps are based on the Journeyman System of Educaon used by the medieval Lodges of stonemasons, which was divided into three levels: Apprentice, Journeyman and Master Craftsman.


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FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS:
Masonry - What it is:
 
  • It is a voluntary association of men.
  • It is a system of moral conduct.
  • It is a way of life.
  • It is a fraternal society.
  • It is religious in its character.
  • It seeks to make good men better.
  • It uses rites and ceremonies to instruct its members.
  • It is based on a firm belief in the Fatherhood of God, the Brotherhood of Man, and the Immortality of the Soul.
  Masonry - What it is not:
 
  • It does not solicit members.
  • It is not an insurance or benefit society.
  • It is neither a religion nor a creed, nor a religious order.
  • It is not a charity organization but makes charity a duty.
  • It is not organized for profit.
  • It is not a secret society as it does not conceal its existence or purposes.
Our Ceremonies:
 
  • While not generally discussed in public, our ceremonies are used to convey our tenets to our members. Candidates for initiation, participating in these ceremonies learn solemn and serious truths about what we stand for. Candidates can be assured that at no time during the initiation process will a candidate be hurt, frightened or embarrassed
  What does it take for me to join?
 
  • Any man who is 19 years of age or older and of good moral character, who comes well-recommended, and who believes in a Supreme Being may petition to become a Freemason
  How do I learn more?
 
  • Talk to a friend who is a Mason, contact one of our officers, or e-mail our Webmaster. Each will be happy to talk about who we are and what we do

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