Waltham Triad Lodge A.F. & A.M
Waltham Triad lodge Meets on the 1st Monday of each month September to June.
supporting our community!
Waltham Triad Lodge, is a strong supporter of the City of Waltham and surrounding communities. Any chance we get we go and help out. Some of our favorite work is ringing the bell for the Salvation Army and packing boxes for Operation American Soldier. Our work doesn't stop there! Freemasonry is all about Service. visit our event page for more information.
Our lodge is located at 460 Newonville Ave.
Newtonville, MA 02464
All you have to do to become a Freemason is to ask and your journey to become becoming a better, man, neighbor, friend or family man will start. Contact us here.
Who we are.
We're men, each trying to be the best versions of ourselves possible. We find it's easier to do that when we're with other men who share the same values.
We're there for our brothers no matter what life may bring, and our brothers are there for us.
We help others, not just because it's the right thing to do, but also because it helps us grow.
We value honor and Integrity.
We believe there's always more to learn.
Waltham Triad Lodge A.F. & A.M. is 234 members strong. we were consolidated in June 10, 1988. The three original lodges were Monitor Lodge, Isaac Parker Lodge, and Waltham Lodge. Thereafter we were then strengthened by Victory Lodge.
Today, Waltham Triad Lodge is a vibrant lodge. We are always looking for men who want to better themselves through Freemasonry. Our lodge is active in the community and as each year passes, we contribute more to the Waltham community. We strive to create a strong bond to out brethren and form long lasting friendships that last a lifetime.
for more information about Waltham Triad Lodge and Freemasonry feel free to contact us.
BLOOD NEEDED. BLOOD SUPPLIES ARE VERY LOW!
Fifth Masonic District Blood Drive Program:
Our Next blood drive is Sunday June 25th, 8:00AM to 1:00PM at The Needham Masonic building,1101 Highland Ave. Needham, MA
Contact Bill Asadoorian email@example.com
to set up an appointment slot.
Who become Freemasons?
Accountants, Bankers, Doctors, Car dealers, Landscapers, Doctors, Electrician, Fireman, Heating techs, Pianist, Insurance agent, Jeweler, Lawyer, Mechanic, Nurse, Optician, Pastor, REALTOR, Salesman, Taylor, Chemists, College students, mortgage brokers, Military personnel, Well... what do you do?