What did the Founding Fathers know about Freemasonry
Welcome to Smithtown Lodge #1127
Here you will find information about our Lodge and much more. Our calendar will list upcoming events and our Posts Page will contain the latest news from the Lodge.
Instituted – October 15, 1948
Chartered – June 10, 1949 Dedicated – October 2, 1954
From the East
Masonry is one of the organizations that have existed for over 300 years. We have been successful because we maintained our culture, values and tradition, and we will progress when we are able to adjust and adapt to the social, cultural and technological developments in our society. We want to deliver a meaningful Masonic education and ethical values to our new Brothers, we want them to have
a satisfying experience in our fraternity. The new Brothers should feel welcome …
From the West
Greeting my Brothers,
I want to remind all the Brothers of the lodge that we still need help on Saturday and Sunday at the Northport VA and the VA nursing home on the Stony Brook campus. You have my number so please give me a call if you want to help! I encourage your input and if you have an idea as to how to bring more Brothers out to the Lodge on meeting nights please, please tell the Master …
From the South
It was great to see everyone who turned out for our recent Social Night (Jan31st) enjoying the Fraternity and Brotherhood (and food)! I also want to thank those Brothers who pitched-in at the start and
I’m open to creative suggestions, and critiques. What’s even more important to stress is that assistance is always appreciated. I look forward to seeing you in Lodge and as we gather for friendly conversation, at the same time enjoying YOUR company.
Be well, my …
Smithtown Lodge #1127 is one of 16 Masonic Lodges in the Suffolk Masonic District. Click here to learn more about the Suffolk Masonic District.
Our Grand Lodge
The Grand Lodge of the State of New York
The historic Masonic Hall is located in the heart of the Chelsea. There are two buildings that make up Masonic Hall, the 23rd Street Building is largely commercial and the 24th Street building is largely Masonic space.