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Freemasonry is a society of men bound by Brotherhood, united through the practice of sound moral and spiritual values and a love of family. Masons serve all humankind through fraternal and charitable opportunities found within the Masonic Family.

What is the purpose of Freemasonry? One of its most basic purposes is to make good men even better. We place an emphasis on the individual man by helping him strengthen his character, improving his moral and spiritual outlook, and broadening his mental horizons.

The Wisconsin Masonic Center is home to multiple Masonic bodies (men’s and women’s groups) who believe in bettering one’s self, loving thy neighbor, helping others, and family. The WMC is also home to the Grand Lodge of Wisconsin’s annual communication in June.

WMC Masonic Bodies

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Madison Lodge #5

Established in 1844

Hiram Lodge #50

Established in 1854

Commonwealth Lodge #325

Established in 1922

Scottish Rite Valley of Madison

York Rite Chapter #4 R.A.M.

Established in 1850

York Rite Council #3 R & S.M

Established in 1857

Commandery #3

Established in 1859

Madison White Shrine #6

Established in 1912

Madison court # 7 Order of the Amaranth

Bethel #44 Job’s Daughters International

(Girls Youth Group)

DeMolay of Wisconsin Madison Chapter

(Boys Youth Group)

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