Greetings!

Welcome to St. John’s Lodge!

Chartered on September 4, 1860.

As Seattle’s oldest Masonic Lodge (discover our history), St. John’s offers a tried and true system to create community leaders and give men working tools to enable positive change around them. This Lodge provides an environment of friendship where men of all trades mentor and help each other grow. This is what Freemasonry is all about.

Our Vision: St. John’s Lodge No. 9 will be a recognized Masonic leader in personal growth through association, ritual excellence, education, and charity.

Our meetings are held every 3rd Wednesday of the month. All Freemasons are welcome, non-Mason visitors are always welcome for dinner!

Freemasonry is the world’s oldest and largest fraternity. It is comprised of adult men (18+) of good character from every country, religion, race, age, income, education, and opinion, who believe in a Supreme Being. Its body of knowledge and system of ethics is based on the belief that each man has a responsibility to improve himself while being devoted to his family, faith, country, and fraternity.

Discover The Gift of Freemasonry, watch this video

On your way to Lodge?

Take a minute and see if you can give a Brother a ride to and from Lodge. Some of our Brothers would love to attend but sometimes they are not in physical condition to drive or just don’t have transportation.

Check our Share a Ride section under Lodge Community (share-a-ride) for addresses, and if you can give a ride from that location our Lodge Secretary will give you the contact information to make arrangements.

It’s your chance to be a Knight!

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156 years as part of the Community.

St. Johns No. 9 Anniversary Dinner.

Pictures!

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Meet Our Chef – Patrick

Come join us for dinner at our Lodge every 3rd Wednesday of the month  with Chef Patrick Frank who has over 30 years of restaurant experience and has been cooking for private clients since 2009.

Chef Patrick

Cochon Catering.

“I love restaurant work but no single restaurant can please every single person’s appetites every time. That’s where I come in. I want to create meals especially for you and your family or guests.”

Jeffrey Pullen, 157th WM of St. John’s No. 9, for the year 2017.

2016 Officers

Worshipful Master Jeff Pullen.

St. John’s Noble Cause for 2017 ready to go! We expect another year of great success.

For the 3rd straight year St. John’s No.9 will be organizing and sponsoring with the participation of the UW Autism Center, the Seattle Teachers Autism Symposium (STAS) on July 26-27, 2017    9 AM – 4 PM

Please visit the STAS website for details!!!

Autism Symposium pics

ST. JOHNS PAST MASTERS HONORED FOR SERVICE TO LODGE.

Master greets fourteen Past Masters at September meeting

And don’t forget our PMs Brunch!

Past Masters Enjoy Brunch and
Friendly Gathering 4 Times a Year
They’re not Knights at a Round Table, but there’s still
something special about getting together for friendship and
brotherhood around the table at Jimmy’s on Broadway.
On the last Saturday of January, April, July, and
October Past Masters (and affiliated Past Masters) of St.
John’s enjoy a late breakfast, gentle ribbing, and
occasional serious conversation. It may be about their
most recent trip on a river cruise or it may be about their
grandson’s family success – or it may be about the most
recent trends in Lodge doings.
All Past Masters are invited to enjoy this fellowship
at 10am at Jimmy’s, a part of the Silver Cloud Hotel on
Broadway, Seattle. Free parking under the hotel.

June 21st Dinner Menu:

– First Course –

Caesar salad

– Entree –

Roasted prime rib with mashed potatoes, garlic green beans and Au Jus

– Dessert –

Chocolate cake with raspberry filling

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