top of page

Home > About




To practice and promote a way of life that binds like-minded men in a worldwide brotherhood that transcends all religious, ethnic, cultural, social and educational differences. Through Masonic principles and tradition and by the outward expression of these through its fellowship and compassion, Washington Lodge No.20 F.&A.M. provides ways in which to serve God, family, country, neighbors and self and an environment that contributes to the enrichment and betterment of its members, mankind, and its communities.




To enhance the quality of life of members and others, by developing and maintaining friendship, fellowship, quality programs, community involvement, leadership opportunities and the ability to network with peers in a prestigious organization guided by the enduring and relevant principles of brotherly love, relief and truth.




Our mission, under the Fatherhood of God, is guided by the principal tenets of our fraternity.


Our core values include:


Ethics: Our lives are based on a moral code founded on the highest standards of ethics, honor, and integrity and we believe that honesty, compassion, trust, and knowledge are important.

Tolerance: The fraternity values religious, ethnic, cultural, social, and educational differences. We respect the opinions of others and strive to improve and develop as human beings.

Personal Growth: Our continuous pursuit of knowledge, ethics, spirituality, freedom, and leadership brings more meaning to our lives.

Philanthropy: We make a difference in our communities through charitable giving, community service, and benevolence.

Family: We strive to be better family men, neighbors, citizens and are committed to protecting the well being of members and their families, especially when they are in need.

Faithful Stewardship: We manage carefully and use to our best advantage the resources entrusted to us.

"I hope I shall possess firmness and virtue enough to maintain what I consider the most enviable of all titles:

the character of an honest man."

George Washington

Freemason, First President of the United States of America

bottom of page