Wheaton Lodge 269 was chartered in 1858, and is a diverse lodge, racially, ethnically, and in any other way the members of a fraternity can be diverse. The one thing we all have in common is Masonry. Click Here to see pictures of our members and events.
Through Masonry, we learn to improve ourselves internally. External success is just a byproduct of internal character traits built with integrity, honesty, high moral standards, and a sincere wish of being serviceable to those around us. Through Masonry, we learn how to strengthen those traits.
The video on this page provides an excellent summary of Masonry. We are all on a separate journey, and in the end, we won't be remembered for how much money we made, or how much power we had. We'll be remembered for who we were, for how we loved, and for the impact we made for those who needed our help.
The closing statement is one of the most powerful, and universally true statements ever spoken, and it's true for everyone, for Masons and non-Masons alike. The difference we offer as Masons, is a fraternity of millions of men who sincerely want to help you make that statement true for your own life.
True self-improvement can be written about in books, it can be understood through motivational speeches, and it can be practiced with the help of a life coach. However, to make the search for more light, for real self-improvement a part of who you are, and not just a subject that you're interested in, it requires more effort than you can provide by your own power.
Knowing what you should do, and being able to do it, are two different things. Having others who can help you do what you should do, to hold you accountable, and to be held accountable by you, is what this fraternity is all about.
If you've been curious to learn more about Masonry and Wheaton Lodge 269, stop by before our next stated meeting for dinner. Ask questions. Get to know us. See who we really are, and then make an informed decision on what's best for your future.
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