Our Lodge takes part in a number of programs that are both enriching to our community and our membership. Freemasonry is not a service organization, but Masonry does teach to be productive and industrious members of society. Please click to learn more about these great activities.
Liberty Lodge was founded in the City of Beverly in 1824. Liberty Lodge was the second Lodge in Beverly, Massachusetts; the first being Amity Lodge, a Lodge for soldiers and sailors serving under Washington during the Revolutionary War. Please visit our page to learn more about our rich history.
THE POWER OF FRATERNALISM
Freemasonry, sometimes just called Masonry, is the word's oldest and largest Fraternity. It aims to promote Friendship, Morality, and Brotherly Love among its members -- men from every race, religion, opinion, and background -- who are brought together as Brothers to develop and strengthen the bonds of friendship. There are more than 3 million members meeting in nearly every free country in the world.
Freemasonry proposes to "make good men better" by teaching -- with metaphors taken from geometry and architecture -- about building values based on great universal truths. And of course, charity and community service is fundamental to Freemasonry and something we actively take part in.