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Most Worshipful King Josiah Grand Lodge is a nonprofit organization which embodies an attractive system of morality, veiled in allegory and illustrated by symbols. The fraternity, founded upon historic principles established in the Holy Bible, strives to teach man the duty he owes to God, his neighbor and to himself; but interferes neither with religion nor politics as it prescribes the practice or virtues in the conduct of its business. The foundation is character. Its measure is giving. Making "Good Men Better" perpetuates its foundation. Its purpose is service, which is rendered to the people to improve their social, cultural, and economic conditions. Its measure is giving, an act of unselfish sacrifice for the benefit of others.

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Welcome to Freemasonry

Our Mission

The purpose of Most Worshipful King Josiah Grand Lodge is to assist our members in developing their knowledge, skills, and ability as humanitarians to do God's Will. These attributes are met in a manner consistent with inculcating the greatest understanding, respect for, and appreciation of, their acceptance into a Charitable organization. Most Worshipful King Josiah Grand Lodge seeks to cultivate, nurture, and produce motivated Masons and Eastern Stars, who are exposed to Masonic Education, emphasizing participation in Lodge work; member development and excellence in the performance of Masonic ritual. Our Mission is to assist our local communities by providing Charity gifts and assistance to needed families.

Our Vision

Our vision is to promote a way of life that bind like minded men and women (through our affiliated departments of the Order of the Eastern Stars) in a statewide family that transcends all religious, ethnic, cultural, social, and educational differences; by teaching the great principle of Brotherly and Sisterly 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, neighbor, and self.

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