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Indiana Masonry

Is Freemasonry a religion

What is Freemasonry

On January 12, 1818 the Grand Lodge of Indiana was constituted at the Schofield House in Madison, and is the governing body today for nearly 400 Masonic lodges throughout the state. There is no national or international administrative body for the worldwide Masonic fraternity. Most countries have a single grand lodge of their own, but in the United States, each state has a major grand lodge that oversees its jurisdiction. 

What is Freemasonry

Is Freemasonry a religion

What is Freemasonry

What is the definition of Freemasonry?  The traditional definition is that it is a "system of morality, veiled in allegory."  


"A man ought not to value himself of his achievements, or rare qualities of wit; much less of his riches, virtue or kindred."

- George Washington

Is Freemasonry a religion

Is Freemasonry a religion

Is Freemasonry a religion

 Masonry is neither a religion, nor a substitute for one.  Masonry accepts all good men regardless of their religious convictions, and strives to make better men of them by emphasizing a belief in the Fatherhood of God, the Brotherhood of Man, and the Immortality of the Soul. 

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2020 Mount Moriah Officers

  • Worshipful Master     Bryan S Pardue
  • Senior Warden             Clayton T Witt
  • Junior Warden              Logan W Witt
  • Treasurer                        David A Henry
  • Secretary                         Edward C Witt, PM
  • Senior Deacon             Cody B Schroeder
  • Junior Deacon             Cory M Tiedeman
  • Senior Steward           Freddie Thurman III
  • Junior Steward            Jesse R McGlothlin
  • Chaplain                        Jerry R Parker, PM
  • Tyler                               Cody J Ryan
  • Organist                        Robert L Claypool
  • Trustee                          Michael E Metz, PM

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We would like to express our warmest regards to all who have assisted Mount Moriah in previous years, and continue to volunteer their time and service to our Lodge and Community.

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3921 Nichol Ave, Anderson, Indiana 46011, United States

Mount Moriah (765) 642-3133 Bryan Pardue WM (765) 621-8092 Clayton Witt SW (765) 623-2650 Logan Witt JW (765) 610-0100 Jesse McGlothlin JS (765) 635-9589