STONE MOUNTAIN LODGE 449, F.&A.M.
Welcome! Stone Mountain Lodge No. 449, F&AM, is a regular lodge of Free and Accepted Masons, working under the jurisdiction of the Grand Lodge of Georgia.
Join us for our meetings every first and third Monday of the month at 7:30pm at the Stone Mountain Lodge at 840 V.F.W. Drive in Stone Mountain, GA 30086.
Join us for fellowship and a meal at every meeting starting at 6:30pm. The Brother's of Stone Mountain Lodge #449 would like to thank the Stone Mountain Order of the Eastern Star Chapter #205 for their donation of our fellowship meal for one meeting night every month.
Join us for our Monthly Breakfast on the first Saturday of every month at 7:30am till 10:00am at the Stone Mountain Lodge at 840 V.F.W. Drive in Stone Mountain, GA 30086.
IMPORTANT DATES TO REMEMBER
01/20/17 - 02/03/17: The Fifth District School of Instruction will be conducted on Friday, January 20th, January 27th and February 3rd, at the Atlanta Masonic Center, 1690 Peachtree Street NW, Atlanta, GA 30309. Worshipful Brother Robert Lane Jones, District Custodian of the Uniform Work, will conduct instruction in the North Lodge Room beginning at 7:00pm.
Atlanta-Peachtree Lodge No. 59 will provide a dinner on the first night beginning at 5:30pm. Collard Green Cafe will provide a Soutghern-style dinner served by the Brethren of Oak Grove Lodge No. 492 on the next two Friday evenings beginning at 5:30pm. Price is $10.00 per meal.
05/13/17: The Stone Mountain Lodge No. 449 Annual Bar-B-Que will be held on May 13, 2017 at the Lodge located at 840 V.F.W. Drive, Stone Mountain, GA 30086 at 11:00am; with take-out being processed in the building in the back of the Lodge. Tickets will be pre-sold by Lodge Brothers and business's in Stone Mountain, GA.
10/14/17: The Masonic Children's Home visit to Stone Mountain Lodge No. 449 will happen on October 14th, with a full day of festivities starting with lunch at 11:00am at the Lodge, followed by a trip to Stone Mountain Park at 1:00pm with full entry into the Park and all rides, followed by a pizza dinner at 5:00pm and then ending with the Park Laser Light Show at 9:00pm. This is always a great day for the kids and we encourage all Lodge & District 7 Brothers, O.E.S and participants to attend.
01/01-12/31/17: Georgia Child Identification Program addresses the alarming fact that more and more children are reported missing each year. While most are found, many are not. ALL of the identifying materials generated by the program are given to the Child's family. GACHIP retains none of the information and this program is offered to the public at NO CHARGE. GACHIP is part of MASONIC CHIP, an initiative of North American Freemason's Grand Lodges, that generates "completed packs" of various identifying items of children for parents or guardians. MASONIC CHIP is recognized by the National Center for Missing & Exploited Children (NCMEC) and has received a SPECIAL AWARD OF COMMENDATION from the NCMEC in February 2007.
The Stone Mountain Lodge #449 is a lodge of Freemasons that is a charitable, benevolet, educational and religious group. Our non-profit organization is dedicated to aiding those less fortunate. Established in Stone Mountain, Georgia in 1849 we’ve aided the less fortunate for over 158 years now. Many of those we helped were able to get back on their feet and start their lives a new.
Using your donations to change the lives of many.
Stone Mountain Lodge #449
840 V.F.W. Drive
P.O. Box 684
Stone Mountain, GA 30086
SLATE OF OFFICERS FOR 2017
Bruce Bentley (Worshipful Master) John Graf (Senior Warden) 770-317-2822 404-402-3496
Dennis Rogers (Junior Warden)Oscar Huaman (Secretary) 770-413-8604 770-598-2428
Tim Green (Treasurer) Vacant (Chaplin) Billy Crowell (Masonic Childrens Home) Billy Crowell (Director of Work) 678-428-0622 678-428-0622
Mac McGuirt (Director of Education)
The Freemasons are the world's most well-known secret society, and are the subject of countless parodies and conspiracy theories. But who are they exactly?
What is Freemasonry?
"Freemasonry is a charitable, benevolent, educational and religious society. Its principles are proclaimed as widely as men will hear. Its only secrets are in its methods of recognition and of symbolic instruction.
It is charitable in that it is not organized for profit and none of its income insures to the benefit of any individual, but all is devoted to the promotion of the welfare and happiness of mankind.
It is benevolent in that it teaches and exemplifies altruism as a duty.
It is educational in that it teaches by prescribed ceremonies a system of morality and brotherhood based upon the Sacred Law.
It is religious in that it teaches monotheism; the Volume of the Sacred Law is open upon its altars whenever a Lodge is in session; reverence for God is ever present in its ceremonial, and to its brethren are constantly addressed lessons of morality; yet it is not sectarian or theological.
It is a social organization only so far as it furnishes additional inducement that men may foregather in numbers, thereby providing more material for its primary work of education, of worship and of charity.
Through the improvement and strengthening of the character of the individual man, Freemasonry seeks to improve the community. Thus it impresses upon its members the principles of personal righteousness and personal responsibility, enlightens them as to those things which make for human welfare, and inspires them with the feeling of charity or good will toward all mankind which will move them to translate principle and conviction into action.
To that end it teaches and stands for the worship of God; truth and justice; fraternity and philanthropy; enlightenment and orderly liberty, civil, religious and intellectual. It charges each of its members to be true and loyal to the government of the country to which we owe allegiance and to be obedient to the law of any state in which we may be.
Believing these things, this Grand Lodge affirms its continued adherence to that ancient and approved rule of Freemasonry which forbids the discussion in Masonic meetings of creeds, politics or other topics likely to excite personal animosities.
The true Freemason will act in civil life according to his individual judgement and the dictates of his conscience."