Johnson Lodge #441


Mission of Freemasonry


To promote a way of life that binds like-minded men in a worldwide brotherhood that transcends all religious, ethnic, cultural, social and educational differences; by teaching the great principals of brotherly love, relief and truth; and by the outward expression of these through its fellowship, its compassion and its concern, to find ways in which to serve God, family, country, neighbors and self.

Freemasonry is the oldest, largest and most prestigious fraternity in the world. We are a fraternity for men doing good things for each other, and trying to bring men of good morals and ethics togeather in our community. We also teach leadership skills, and help men lead an ethics-based life. We promote good relationships and strong family values. We try to do something to strengthen the family unit every day.

Freemasonry instills a lot of pride and a sense of belonging to an organization that exist all over the world. Some of the benifits are being part of a great heritage and sharing an identity with the greatest men of the past and of today.


Mission of Johnson Lodge #441


To provide a place of fellowship and education for men in the community that are interested in learning and practicing the art and craft of freemasonry.

To support and promote the general growth and prosperity of the community. Some of our civic endeavors are:

Co-sponsoring the American Red Cross Blood Drive with the Manter Methodist Womens Organization.

Scolarships for SCHS students through Essay contest and merit scolarships on request.

Shrine Bowl Marching Band Camp sponsorships.

Pancake Breakfast during the annual Pioneer Day Celebration.

Cornerstone Dedications for buildings of comminity importance ie;Stanton County Courthouse, Memorial Living Center, Stanton County High School, Johnson Masonic Lodge #441 and Stanton County Hospital.



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