8 Candlelight Lane
Harvey Station NB
Cherry Mountain Lodge # 50
The Officers and Members of Cherry Mountain Lodge welcome you.
Please feel free to check out who we are, what we do and see some of the events we have throughout the year such as fund raisers, presentations of pin, and fun days.
Freemasonry is the oldest and largest world-wide fraternity dedicated to the Brotherhood of Man under the Fatherhood of a Supreme Being. Although of a religious nature, Freemasonry is not a religion. It urges its members, however, to be faithful and devoted to their own religious beliefs.
Worshipful Master 2017
W.Bro. Dayton T. Coburn
Any Male person aged 19 & over can join the craft on his own free will & accord, we do not solicit. He has to be living in the community for at least 6 months and recommended by two members of the Lodge in his area.
"A secret society is one which seeks to conceal its existence and its objects. Freemasonry is not such a society and is secret only as to the obligations, means of recognition, ballots upon candidates and forms and ceremonies observed in conferring degrees. With the exception of those particulars, Masonry has no reservations from the public. As to everything else -- its design, its moral and religious tenets and the doctrines taught by it, the time and place of its meetings, the names of the officers of a Lodge and those belonging to it -- are all in no way secret and may be known by any one"
We meet for the purpose of admitting members to our fellowship, to instruct them in the lessons and principles (of Masonry) and to strengthen each other in adherence thereto, said George W. Speth, in a public lecture in 1892. We meet to hand down to succeeding generations the knowledge and practice of certain ceremonies, which we have ourselves inherited from our Masonic ancestors, and the analogues of which can be traced in the remotest antiquity... Lastly we meet to practice our three grand principles of Brotherly Love, Relief and Truth.