Greetings and welcome to our website. I am honored to serve as the 75th Worshipful Master of Eureka Lodge #36. As we emerge from the challenges faced due to COVID-19, I am excited for what the future has in store for our lodge, the greater Rochester community, and Masonry in New York state.
Throughout the year, our four (4) key pillars of focus will be to 1) strengthen the bonds of BROTHERHOOD, 2) execute the charitable BUSINESS of Masons within our community, 3) improve ourselves personally and professionally through studying the BOOKS of knowledge, and 4) enhance our physical BUILDING and surroundings. All of which are possible when we work together in harmony and for the greater good of our Craft.
Please continue to check-in on our website for more information and I look forward to seeing you at one or more of our events throughout the year.
Brother Matthew Wagstaff
Worshipful Master (75)
Eureka Lodge #36 F&AM Prince Hall
We thank past Jr. Warden Tracy Williams, Past Secretary Thomas Felton & Past Treasurer Terrell Brady
The first meeting of Eureka Lodge #36 took place on May 8, 1879. It was held under dispensation in the Wilder Building, located at the intersection of Main and Exchange Street in downtown Rochester.
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