Welcome to Beaverton Masonic Lodge #100 AF&AM

Freemasonry (also known as Masonry) is the world’s first and largest fraternal organization. It is a brotherhood of like-minded men who genuinely care about each other. We develop lifelong friendships with fellow Masons and their families and are welcomed at Masonic lodges throughout the United States and the world.
Freemasonry is based on the belief that everyone has a responsibility to help make the world a better place. Through our culture of philanthropy, we make a profound difference for our brothers, our families, our communities, and our future. Masons find satisfaction in being part of a centuries-old fraternity whose traditions and core values are important for our society today and will endure for centuries to come.
Freemasonry is more than just a social organization; it’s a unique blend of history, values, and community. It’s a space where men from various backgrounds unite in their desire for personal growth and community service. Here, you embark on a journey of self-improvement and brotherhood, striving to be the best version of yourself.

Our Lodge, Our Mission


Beaverton Masonic Lodge promotes personal growth & improving the lives of our brothers. We take responsibility for the well-being of our brothers, their families, and the community as a whole.

We value respect, kindness, tolerance, and our differences. We strive for harmony in our individual lives, and in our lodge. As a lodge, we also strive to be active in our community through charitable and educational events throughout the year, as well as social occasions. Some events are for members only, but many include our families.

For Visiting Brethren


Beaverton Masonic Lodge meets at 4690 Watson Street (the corner of 2nd and Watson). Street parking is available but allow extra time to find a spot. Our stated meetings are on the first Thursday of each month, except July and August when the Lodge is dark.

Dinner is served at 6 PM followed by Lodge opening at 7 PM.

The Lodge also hosts a light refreshment afterwards for continued fellowship and brotherly love.

Recommended attire is suit and tie.