Freemasonry in Massachusetts dates back to 1733, when the oldest and largest fraternity in the world made its way to Boston and then throughout America. Since then, Freemasonry has flourished in the Commonwealth. At the corner of Boylston and Tremont streets in Boston stands the Grand Lodge of Masons in Massachusetts, which governs thirty districts and hundreds of lodges. Famous Massachusetts masons include many founding fathers, including Paul Revere, Joseph Warren, and Samuel Adams. The gift of freemasonry is timeless and its traditions have remained constant in a constantly changing world.
If you are viewing this site for the first time it means you have at least a passing interest in finding out more about Rabboni Lodge. Although all Masonic lodges govern themselves in the same way and promote the same fraternal tenets, each lodge is unique in its composition of members. So, why should you select our lodge and what can you expect from forming a lifetime friendship with our members?
Rabboni Lodge welcomes men from all generations and walks of life. We take great pride in our members who unceasingly give of their time, treasures, and talents to fulfill the tenets of Freemasonry. The meaningful lessons during our monthly meetings, the camaraderie shared during social events, the commitment to helping others, all contribute toward offering a unique satisfaction in time well spent. As you navigate this site we hope it provides enough information about who we are and why we are passionate about our commitment to Freemasonry, our lodge, and our members.
We realize Freemasonry is not for everyone, but we encourage you to consider it as a means to make a difference in your life and in the lives of others. Rabboni Lodge would enjoy the opportunity to help you grow as a man, and to leave a lasting legacy to others.