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From The East

     As we find ourselves at the midpoint of our Masonic year, I'm filled with gratitude for the dedication and commitment displayed by each member of our lodge. Together, we have continued to uphold the principles upon which our fraternity was founded.

     Reflecting on the past months, I'm reminded of the significance of our shared journey as Freemasons. Through our ritual and teachings, we're constantly reminded of the importance of self-improvement, brotherly love, and to the service of humanity. Let us reaffirm our commitment to these values as we navigate through the challenges and opportunities that lie ahead.

     In the spirit of fellowship, let us renew our efforts to support one another both within and outside the walls of our Lodge. Whether through acts of charity, mentorship, or simply offering a listening ear, let's always be there for our fellow mankind in times of need.

     As we look forward to the remainder of the year, let us strive for excellence in all that we do. Let us continue to seek knowledge, practice virtue, and inspire others through our words and deeds. Together, we can build a brighter future for our fraternity and for society at large. May the bonds of brotherhood that unite us grow ever stronger, and may the light of Freemasonry continue to illuminate our path.

     I welcome all who may be interested in joining this noble craft to contact us to learn more. Overall, the goal of becoming a Freemason is to join a community of like-minded individuals who are dedicated to personal growth, brotherhood, service, and the pursuit of truth and enlightenment. By embracing these principles and ideals, Freemasons seek to lead meaningful and fulfilling lives, both within the fraternity and in the wider world.

Fraternally Yours,

W.B. Tullio Milani

Worshipful Master

Hiram Lodge #1, A.F. & A.M.

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Joint Summer Meeting
Hiram #1 & Trumbull #22

July 18th, 2024
Casual summer dress code. RSVP to JW

Meeting 6:30pm bbq picnic following.

 

Stated Meeting
August 8th
Hawaiian Shirt Night
RSVP to the JW for dinner
Dinner 6:30 - Meeting 7:30

 

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Lodge Picnic
September 7th
Ashlar Village Pavillion
11:00 am to 4:00pm

 

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Hiram Lodge No. 1

Hiram Lodge #1 AF & AM meets in the Lodge Building at 285 Whitney Avenue in New Haven, Connecticut. Chartered in 1750, we have been a part of the New Haven community for 272 years. We are the oldest lodge in the state and are proud to be a member of the Most Worshipful Grand Lodge of the State of Connecticut. We, along with over Ninety other lodges in our state are part of the estimated Six Million members of Free Masonry, world wide. Hiram Lodge #1 is a proud member of our New Haven community. 

Welcome to New Haven, Connecticut USA! We've been citizens of New Haven and the surrounding towns for 272 years. Most of our members live and work in the area and we're proud of our City. If you're a Freemason and plan to be in town, we'd love to welcome you to our lodge. New Haven has excellent museums, shows, parks and Long Island Sound shore line. Shopping and food are tops on the list. Want to know more about New Haven? Click Here!

Hiram Lodge No 1 freemasons

Welcome to our website. Hiram Lodge No.1 is a Masonic Lodge in New Haven, Connecticut. The information on this website is meant to inform our members and the public of what is currently happening around our Lodge and the Grand Lodge of Connecticut. Freemasonry is an organization of men who are interested in self improvement, service to our community and the well being of our fellow brothers and their families. Our Lodge dates back to the time of the founding of our nation and we try to live our lives by the traditions and ideals of our fraternity. We welcome inquiries to our Lodge and Freemasonry in general. Our fraternity is world wide and spans ethnic, religious and political beliefs by welcoming all good men who show an interest in learning and living the ancient teachings. These teachings include a belief in a supreme being, a commitment to good citizenship, moral living and a desire to be a better person.

Want to know more about our history in New Haven? See our "Lodge History" page.  

 

Connecticut Freemasons: Making a difference, here in New Haven, our state, our country, and around the world.

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