The mission of Freemasonry is to promote a way of life that binds like minded men in a worldwide brotherhood that transcends all religious, ethnic, cultural, social and educational differences; by teaching the great principles of Brotherly Love, Relief, and Truth: and, by the outward expression of these, through its fellowship, its compassion and its concern, to find ways in which to serve God, family, country, neighbors and self.
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Most Worshipful Robert Bradfield was born and raised in Los Angeles, California. He worked for the City of Downey as a Police Officer for 32 years; where he worked all departments from patrol to administration. Upon retirement he moved to Bullhead City, Arizona to enjoy the leisure life. However, now he is back working for the Bullhead City School District.
Bob joined Mohave Valley Lodge #68 in Bullhead City where he served as Master in 2004. Bob served as Very Reverend Grand Chaplain in 2005 for Most Worshipful James Sebastin...[ Read more ]
Worshipful Masters, Brother Secretaries,
Effective immediately, the Grand Secretary’s office will be closed on Friday, and the hours of operation will be from 8:00 am until 4:00 pm, Monday through Thursday.
Also, please take note of the change of address. All correspondence is to be addressed to:
Grand Lodge of Arizona
P. O. Box 35692
Phoenix, AZ. 85069-5692
The address change is being made as our mail box is outside, not visible to office personnel, and when delivered on the weekend, is available to anyone who would happen to open the mailbox.
If you have any questions regarding these changes, please don’t hesitate to call this office.
Sincerely and fraternally,
Jim Rowan, PGM
Grand Lodge F&AM of Arizona
Presented By VW Jim Rowan & MW Jim May
At Flagstaff Lodge No. 7
107 E. Birch Ave.
Saturday August 27th, 2016
Please RSVP: Info on PDF Flyer
See Flyer for more details and directions and to RSVP
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The Masonic bodies that comprise the fraternity of Freemasonry are many, and not all are for men alone. Each of the bodies, or orders, uses it's own set of symbology and allegory to illustrate to it's members important societal lessons. Follow the links below to learn more about the numberous orders.