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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J. Michael Atchley is a Long Beach State University alumnus. He served two tours of duty as a Marine in Vietnam. His career paths after college and his military service took him from working with iron to working in sales and then working over thirty years with the U.S. Postal Service...
His Masonic career began in 1980 with Epes Randolph Lodge No. 32. Today he is a 33rd Degree Scottish Rite Mason having achieved the Scottish Rite's highest honor, the Grand Cross, in 2011. He is a Past Grand High Priest, Past Illustrious Grand Master, and Past Grand Commander in Arizona...[ Read more ]
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The Ashlar Award is a means of recognizing members who actively participate, and to encourage members to engage in programs, events and activities conducted or sponsored by their Lodge. All members of the Grand Lodge of Arizona are eligible to earn the Ashlar Award.[ Read more, download submission form ]
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.