Welcome to the Grand Lodge of Utah Website
You are cordially invited to attend the 143rd Annual Communication to be held on January 29-31 at the Salt Lake Masonic Temple. Please use The Registration Packet to pre-register. Registration Packet
The Grand Lodge of Utah was formed in 1872 and has since worked diligently toward supporting and improving our communities and in general of promoting the ancient landmarks and values of Freemasonry which have provided such a positive influence in the development of our country. In today′s complicated and fast world, the ancient traditions and values of Freemasonry provide a much needed source of moral strength and honest friendship among its members.
If you would like to take a tour of our historic Salt Lake Masonic Temple, the Masonic Temple Association has scheduled public tours on Monday of each week at 11:00 AM and again at 1:00 PM. No reservations are required to attend these tours. However, remember to call (801)363-2550 on the morning of the tour to make sure it hasn't been canceled.
Feel free to look around the site. If you′re a Utah Mason, you can keep track of the Utah Masonic Family Calendar, check out what's happening around the state and continue your Masonic education with the use of our on-line educational tools.
If you′re a traveling Mason from another jurisdiction, you can find out about Utah Masonry, locate a Blue Lodge or other Masonic organization, and find out who to contact if you wish to visit. Please know that you are welcome.
And if you′re an individual who is curious about Masonry and want to find out more, please feel free to look around and study all you want. You will find out that there are only a few simple but firm requirements needed to become a Mason. This website can be a starting point for making contact with Masons all over the state, who will be more than willing to talk to you at length about Masonry.
The Grand Lodge of Utah Mission Statment - "The mission of Freemasonry in Utah is to teach and perpetuate a way of life that promotes brotherhood, self improvement through education, family values, moral standards, charity and community involement."