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Our Proud Heritage and History

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Early Beginnings

 The glorious origins of The Grand Lodge of Free and Accepted Masons of the Republic of Lebanon traces its earliest roots to 1924 when the first lodges were chartered from the Grand Lodge of Free and Accepted Masons of the State of New York.  


  • Syrio-American Lodge # 1901 (operating in English) was consecrated in 1924.
  • New York Lodge # 1902 (operating in Arabic) was consecrated in 1924.
  • Fakhr Ud Din Lodge # 1903 (operating in Arabic) was consecrated in 1926.
  • Ibrahim El Khalil Lodge # 1904 (operating in Arabic) Damascus, Syria, was consecrated in 1927. Went dormant after the 1967 war.
  • Suleyman Lodge # 1905 (operating in Arabic) was consecrated in 1927.
  • Chouf Lodge # 1906  (operating in Arabic) was consecrated in 1929.
  • El Berdawni Lodge # 1907 (operating in Arabic) was consecrated in 1933.
  • El Merj Lodge # 1908 (operating in Arabic) was consecrated in 1935.
  • Turbol Lodge # 1909 (operating in Arabic) was consecrated in 1950.
  • Lebanon Lodge # 1910 (operating in English) was consecrated in 1955.
  • Ani Lodge # 1911 (operating in Armenian) was consecrated in 1960.
  • Three Pillars # 1912 (operating in Arabic) was consecrated in 2003.
  • Amitie Lodge # 1913 (operating in French) was consecrated in 2019


                                                      The Formation of the District

District Grand Lodge Of Syria-Lebanon, was chartered on June 23, 1955 and consecrated on August 22, 1955 by Past Grand Master of the Grand Lodge of New York M∴ W∴ Charles W. Frossel, who flew to Lebanon for that purpose.

The thirteen Lodges are scattered all over Lebanon and the members come from all backgrounds, religions and walks of life. The absolute belief in God, love of country and the principles of Freemasonry, unite them under one common goal, which is to build a better society, for a better Lebanon.