Introducing The 2019 - 2020 
Grand Master of Masons in Arizona​​
Most Worshipful Grand Master,
Gregory A. Vasquez

Achieving a goal can be a long monumental journey but achieving the office of Grand Master is a goal and journey like no other. I am truly honored, proud, and humbled to have been elected to serve as the 138th Grand Master of the Grand Lodge of Arizona. 

Throughout this next Masonic year, I will strive to maintain open communications between the Grand Lodge, its officers, the lodges and appendant bodies.  We are all of a like mind, that of providing Charity for those in need, Brotherly Love to those in our Masonic family and Truth in our dealings with our brethren, our sisters, our youth and those who are not a part of our family but who look to us for guidance and acceptance into our family. 

Most Worshipful Grand Master,
Gregory A. Vasquez

Second, I will work to attend as many the important functions, like installations, communications, conclaves, etc., as possible, or send an official representative, for our Masonic youth groups as well as the adult concordant and appendant bodies.  As Masons it is important that we support those in need but specially to support our brothers and sisters and our youth. 
Third, I want to continue our tradition of celebrating Christmas with a party held in the Phoenix area and expand this family activity to include a spring picnic again in the Phoenix area for the purpose of promoting the Masonic Family. 

Finally, I want to say “thank you” again for the privilege and honor of electing me to serve as Grand Master for the ensuing Masonic year.  I pledge to serve to the best of my abilities.

Save the date!

  Come one, come all!  Mark your calendar!  Save the Date!

This year the Grand Lodge of Arizona is having its Christmas Party on December 7th.

The place will be at the El Zaribah Shrine Auditorium, 552 N 40th St, Phoenix, AZ 85008. 

Cocktails at the no host bar start at 6:00 pm followed by dinner at 7:00 pm. 

Entertainment at 8:00 pm.

Click here to purchase tickets!

The 2019 - 2020 Grand Master's Pin

This year, 2019-2020, the Grand Master’s pin features the state of Arizona overlaid with the Square and Compasses, the Sun, the Moon and All-Seeing Eye.  The significance being that as the Sun governs the day and the Moon rules the night so should the Master, with equal regularity, rule and govern his lodge. 

So, my brothers, as we wear the Grand Masters pin, we are reminded to act and govern ourselves as a Freemason in all our doings, keeping our passions within due bounds and remembering to look well to our tenents- Brotherly Love, Relief and Truth.

The Grand Master's pin for 2019-2020​​

The 2019 - 2020 Grand Master's Shirt Fundraiser

In addition to the Grand Master’s challenge coin the Grand Master’s Polo shirt is being offered for a $15 donation as part of the fundraiser for the youth groups.  Click below to be taken to an online order form.

Shirt with pin emblem

Shirt with coin emblem

The 2019 - 2020 Grand Master's Coin Fundraiser 

This year the Grand Master’s fundraiser will be a Challenge Coin.  The price is a $15 donation which will be designated for and distributed to the three Masonic youth groups.  Please help by buying one or more coins from the District Deputy Grand Master or the Grand Line officers.  Should the coin supply run out we will take prepaid orders and deliver the coins at the earliest time possible.

I thank you in advance for helping support our Masonic youth groups.

Online purchase should be available soon!

Masonic Image Photography Contest

Congratulations to Robert "Bo" Buchanan, winner for 2018-2019


The May 2019 issue of Arizona Masonry is Available

The official publication of the Grand Lodge of Arizona

Read it online
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The Grand Line Officers have been working to establish a Mission and Vision Statement and identifying Goals and Objectives for the current Masonic year

Every well-run lodge has or should have a written Mission and Vision Statement as well as a written set of Goals and Objectives for the current Masonic year to serve as a guide of what is expected to be accomplished and in what direction the lodge wants to move.

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The Mission of Freemasonry​​​

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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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 Secretary
Grand Lodge F&AM of Arizona
(602) 252-1924


Congratulations to Calvin "Cal" Magnes as the new Grand Lecturer

​​More info to follow in the coming days



The Grand Lodge School Essay contest and Classroom Grant program are an
excellent opportunity to become involved with your local Schools and show our support and commitment to furthering education.

Your involvement in these programs will be rewarding and give you an insight into the thoughts, ideas, and needs of the Students, Teachers, and Schools.

Reading the Essays is fun, entertaining and inspiring and is time well spent.




Masonic Organizations - Local, National, and International

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.