Hinesville Lodge #271 F&AM
Live your life with the values of masonry, you may be the only Mason
some people will ever encounter.
Celebrating 281 years of Free Masonry. February 21st, 1734 was the first recorded meeting in Liberty County at Fort Morris in Old Sunbury.
About our members:

With more than 60,000 members, Masonry in our state represents the entire spectrum of diversity. Masons believe in the importance of religion; men of all faiths are members of the organization.

Freemasonry, America's largest and oldest fraternity, has been an integral part of community life in the United States for over two hundred and fifty (250) years. Also known as the Craft, Freemasonry is an initiate society which seeks "to unite men of differing beliefs into a harmonious and productive community through the application of Masonic moral values and the practice of benevolence, intellectual development, and mutual respect."
Freemasonry is a fraternity or brotherhood based on the belief that each person has a responsibility to help make the world a better place. Freemasonry encourages good men to become better men by promoting a life dedicated to high ideals, community service, and benevolence.
Masons are deeply involved in helping people. Their compassion for others manifests itself in many ways, from caring for children to helping seniors remain independent. Masons contribute more than $1.4 million every day in the United States to aid individuals who are sick, aged, or destitute, or whose physical, emotional and psychological needs are not being met. The vast majority of Masonic philanthropies assist people who are not Mason
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