The Masonic Renewal Committee of the Conference of Grand Masters

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Engage Conference

Engage Conference Webinars

The ENGAGE Conference that focuses on communications, information and education in Washington, D.C. at the House of the Temple. Learn more about the event highlights and tools to restore, retain, and promote membership growth.

Masonic Educational Resources

Our mission is to provide a Masonic Tool Kit to be shared by all Grand Lodges covering successful programs and best practices aimed at strengthening our Lodges, improving Grand Lodge outreach, and supporting Lodge structure for the future.

Topics Include:

  • Structure - in terms of Physical Structures
  • Operations - in terms of Meetings, Degrees, Member Participation
  • Finances - in terms of Fund Raising, Scholarships, Budgeting, Physical Structures, Investments
  • Planning - Short and Long Term
  • Lodge Security - in terms of Planning and Implementing Procedures, Active Shooter Training

Available Tools

  • Documents
  • Powerpoints
  • Videos
  • Artwork
  • Web Links & Resources

Register today to receive instant access to this growing Library.

Masonic Education Resources
Jack-Jones

Jack Jones Humanitarian Award

The Jack H. Jones Memorial Humanitarian Award is presented to a distinguished Mason that best describes and emulates the great character and valued principles of Jack Jones. Learn more about how to nominate your lodge or any mason for this coveted Humanitarian Award.

Academic Lodges

Academic Lodges are a wonderful opportunity for young people at the University (and older ones too) to experience all Freemasonry has to offer. They can also provide a new spark of energy and enthusiasm for Masonry, introducing the Craft to the university and the broader academic community. This quality experience includes :

  • Masonic education
  • Good fellowship, to include fun events and good food.
  • Truly taking care of the Lodge brethren, to include regular follow up.

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