Today, the Grand Lodge of the District of Columbia continues to grow and support its Capital area community. There are 45 lodges operating in the District of Columbia and Lebanon, consisting of over 3,500 individual members and over 4,200 total memberships. Our modern Grand Lodge has dedicated itself to the diversity of the brotherhood of men who practice and study the deep symbolism of Freemasonry in an effort to make themselves better men – socially, morally and intellectually, without reference to race, creed, sexual orientation, specific religion or national origin.
District of Columbia Freemasons
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