A Cornerstone Lodge

Celebrating 300 Years of Freemasonary, 1717 - 2017




We Meet The First Tuesday Of Every Month
Except In July And August

Visting Brethern Always Welcome

A Mason And A Man

My Brother,  Masonry means much more

Than the wearing of a pin,

Or carrying a paid-up dues receipt
So the Lodge will let you in.

 

You may wear an emblem on your coat,

From your finger flash a ring,

But if you're not sincere at heart

This doesn't mean a thing.

 

It's merely an outward sign to show

The world that you belong

To this great fraternal brotherhood
That teaches right from wrong.

 

What really counts lies buried deep

Within the human breast,

'Til Masonic teaching brings it out

And puts it to the test.

 

 

 If you practice out of Lodge

The things you learn within,

Be just and upright to yourself

And to your fellowmen.

 

Console a brother when he's sick
And assist him when in need,

Without a thought of personal reward

For any act or deed.

 

Walk and act in such a way

That the world without can see

That only the best can meet the test

Laid down by Masonry.

 

Be always faithful to your trust
And do the best you can

Then you can proudly tell the world

You're a Mason and a Man.


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