Montgomery Lodge #258 is a Minnesota Ancient Free & Accepted Masonic Lodge. Montgomery Lodge is located at 200 Plato Boulevard East, in Saint Paul, Minnesota.
We meet the first & third Thursdays of each month, with dinner starting at 6:00 pm, followed by our stated lodge meeting starting at 7:00 pm.
Montgomery Lodge #258 began in 1903, with it’s first Worshipful Master Charles Wesley Hill, and has been in existence since 1903, helping to make men a better version of themselves.
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Making Men A Better Version Of Themselves
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The Old Charges of Freemasonry The Old Charges of the Masonic Lodges were papers that described the obligations of the members and to which every mason had to swear on admission. As a result, every lodge kept a copy of its charges, sometimes put at the...
The Halliwell Manuscript, commonly known as the Regius Poem, is the first of the Old Charges. It is made up of 64 vellum pages of Middle English written in rhyming couplets. In this regard, it varies from the prose of all subsequent accusations. The poem opens...
Albert Pike (December 29, 1809 – April 2, 1891) was an American novelist, poet, orator, editor, lawyer, and judge who served on the Arkansas Supreme Court in exile from 1864 to 1865. He had previously served in the Confederate States Army as a senior general,...