Freemasonry in Seattle
Freemasonry in Seattle is composed of two districts of the Grand Lodge of Washington, those being district 4 and district 5.
Our district has a proud history of strong and honorable District Deputies, and has an active culture of visitation. To help organize the cohesion of Freemasonry in Seattle, the the Grand Lodge has allowed us to hold a District association for Freemasons in Seattle, in which they network and combine our efforts for degrees as well as enjoy fellowship through the organization of several events.
The Lodge buildings themselves are not necessarily the meeting place of just one Lodge. Freemasonry in Seattle overlaps it’s districts, as well as its Lodges between Lodge buildings. For instance, there are 4 Lodges that meet in Greenwood Lodge. Two of them are members of District 4 and two are in District 5 of the Grand Lodge.
The Greenlake Lodge Building is also home to both Daylight Lodge, and Greenlake Lodge. The buildings owned by separate legal entities, which are normally owned either by Grand Lodge or by one of the Lodges that meet there.
Queen Anne Lodge, Doric Lodge, Alki Lodge and University Lodge each are owners of their own buildings are are the only Lodges that meet there. While this is common with Freemasonry in Seattle, it is not the rule.
Finally The Scottish Rite center is owned by Scottish Rite. Esoterica Lodge simply rents from them.
Alki. No. 152, Seattle (4736 40th Ave. SW, Seattle)
Alba Lodge, No. 315, Seattle (4736 40th Ave. SW,Seattle)
317 – LUZVIMINDA (13524 Lake City Way, Seattle (Lake City))
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