Good Men Made Better Since 1850

The masons of Corinthian Lodge No. 93, AF & AM of Maryland are pleased you could join us. Freemasonry is one of the world’s oldest and largest non-religious, non-political, fraternal and charitable organizations. Our lodge represents over two hundred of the nearly 15,000 masons here in Maryland.

Although you must be made a mason in order to attend our regular meetings, we participate in many social, volunteer and charity events in the Towson and Baltimore areas where the general public is welcomed.  We hope you will take the time to learn about us and our history, perhaps join our email list, then come see us at one of our upcoming community events.

If Freemasonry is something you’ve been seeking, ask one of us to take the next step.

Our meetings take place twice monthly, the first and/or fourth Wednesday of each month except July and August.

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Mt. Moriah temple will be closed in February for renovations. Please stay tuned to email/Facebook for updates on rehearsal/meeting arrangements while we are in “exile” from the building. If all goes to plan.. Mt. Moriah Temple will be re-opened for regular business in March.

On February 1, Corinthian Lodge #93 will have their regular scheduled meeting at Grand Lodge of Maryland Corinthian Room. The meeting will start at 7:30 pm. We have also scheduled a tour of the Grand Lodge Museum starting at 7 pm. The curator will be guiding the tour and providing his unique insight on the various pieces/regalia.. so please come early to take advantage of this opportunity

On February 4, Grand Lodge of Maryland will be holding their first Regional Meeting in 2017 from 9: 00 am to 1:00 pm. Worshipful Masters, Wardens, Secretary and Membership Committee Chairs are required to attend. Other line officers are strongly encouraged to attend and members of the lodge are welcomed to join us.

Sat March 4 : 9 AM – 9 PM – Corinthinan #93 Atlantic City Day Trip : Brother Jules Posten is helping to organize a day trip to Atlantic City, NJ. Cost is ~$40? – includes bus fare and possibly $20 in chips. Interest appears to be high among lodge members. Please reach out to Brother Les Hodgson for more details