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Under the Grand Lodge of Massachusetts, members can ask a friend or neighbor to join your lodge if you believe he will make a good Mason! However, he must first ask himself if he’s suitably prepared to enter the “gentle craft of Masonry”… to become a brother in the world’s most exclusive fraternal order.

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About Us

We are a lodge of Freemasons located in historic Clinton, MA. Trinity Lodge is located at: Freemason’s Hall, 785 Main Street in Clinton, Massachusetts. Constructed in 1852, Freemason’s Hall is registered with the Clinton Historical Society as the oldest standing school house in the town.

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Freemasonry

Freemasonry is open to all men of good character who believe in a Supreme Being. Freemasonry does not discriminate on the basis of race, religion, or social class. As a fraternal association dedicated to making good men better, Freemasonry respects the religious beliefs of all its members.

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Please feel free to contact the officers of Trinity Lodge to learn more about Freemasonry, submit an application to join the Masons or petition for our charities.

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Have you read your Trowel lately?

Posted by on Feb 16, 2013 in Lodge News

Have you read your Trowel lately?

As all brothers of the craft know, The Trowel is a quarterly publication for all masons published by the Grand Lodge of Massachusetts. Trinity Lodge has been mentioned in the magazine a number of times, but we wanted to bring two articles to your attention.

The first article was published in the Summer 2010 Edition and it features our Past Master, Worshipful Dale Prentiss. Dale’s story as a former police officer, little league umpire, and long time Mason will no doubt serve as an inspiration. Please click the link above and read his article on page 30… especially if you’d like to know what happens when Wor. Prentiss asks a potential candidate “Did you ever argue with your Little  League umpire, or shoot him a dirty look?” Like me, I’m sure this article will bring a smile to your face.

The second article we’d like to share was published in the Winter 2012 Edition. Written by me, Bro. J. Graeme Noseworthy, on Page 19 I share my thoughts on the “The Heartbeat of Freemasonry” and what it is that I truly like about being an Ancient Free and Accepted Mason. Stay tuned because in the Spring 2013 issue, I will expand upon these thoughts in an article entitled “The Greatest Museum.” I think you’ll enjoy it.

Do you have an article you’d like to share? If so, please let us know!

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