Your neighbors, your friends, and prominent members of society have joined millions of other men worldwide as members of the worlds oldest and largest fraternal organization--the Freemasons.
In Illinois, members of the Masonic Fraternity have been making positive contributions to our communities for over 160 years through programs that promote education, reduce substance abuse, care for the elderly, and care for our youth.
Today, the Grand Lodge of Illinois comprises more than 500 Lodges and over 70,000 Masons - men of character from every walk of life all working together to build a better world.
Freemasonry in Illinois has a long-standing tradition of serving our communities with various acts of beneficence. And here in the small town of Ogden, the members of Ogden Lodge No. 754 work to do our part to build a stronger community. As Freemasons, we not only serve our communities by setting a good example as citizens, but also to improve the lives of future generations, make good men better, take care for the elderly, and make the world a better place in which to live.
If you'd like more information about becoming a Freemason, please contact us or the Grand Lodge of Illinois.