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Welcome To Constellation Lodge #748:


What is Freemasonry?
Freemasony is a fraternity of men dedicated to higher moral standards, to their families and to their community.  The principles of Freemasonry serve to strengthen its members in fulfilling their public and private responsibilities.  The essential qualifications to become a Freemason is a belief in God.
Our Purpose
Our purpose is to improve and strengthen the individual man.  Freemasonry also seeks to improve the community.  We do this by impressing upon our members the principles of personal responsibility.  We adhere to the principles of liberty, equality, and religious toleration.  By enlightening the mind, and promoting peace, understanding and the basic tenets of Brotherly Love, Belief, and Truth, we improve our lives and hopefully the lives of our families.
The Present
Today, being a Freemason means being an active participant in many charitable and community projects.  It means being an honored member of a fraternity of men dedicated to higher moral standards, to their families and to the community. 
The principles of Freemasonry are as alive today as they were 1000 years ago.  Those principles serve to strengthen our members in fulfilling their public and private responsibilities.
The essential qualification to become a Freemason is a belief in God.  Under Indiana Masonic law, a person seeking admission must be a man, at least 18 years of age and a resident of Indiana for at least one year prior to joining.
Our basic purpose has not changed.  It is simple and straightforward:  "To take good men and make them better."
In essence
, we look to improve and strengthen the individual man as we also improve the community.  We do this by impressing upon our members the principles of personal responsibility.  We adhere to the principles of liberty, equality, and religious toleration.  By enlightening the mind, and promoting peace, understanding, and the basic tenets of Brotherly Love, Belief, and Truth, we improve our lives and hopefully the lives of our families.



How do I go about Petitioning?
Click the Below link for a pdf to print.  Fill out the Petition and send to:
Constellation Lodge 748
Daryl T. Abell Secretary
301 Chestnut Street
Evansville, Indiana 47713

Contact the Secretary
Christopher Peter Shaberts (812-

Contact the Assistant Secretary
Daryl T. Abell, PM (812-985-0754) or email  dkabell748@aol.com

Petition for Constellation Masonic Lodge No. 748 (PDF) Print out LINK FOR PETITION CLICK HERE
*Please include a Check of $150.00 for the Petition Fee.




What are Appendant Bodies?
Information on Appendant Bodies and When I can Petition.



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