Welcome to Paul Revere Lodge # 998

On behalf of all of the members, we would like to welcome you to our home in cyberspace.

​Our Lodge is comprised of men from all walks of life, ages, races and religious beliefs. We all meet on the level and adhere to the same principles of Brotherly Love, Relief and Truth. We strive daily to improve ourselves and to enrich the lives of those around us. We seek to strengthen our communities through fellowship, benevolence, education and leadership. We are a Fraternity with a proud history and deeply rooted in ancient tradition.​

Worshipful Master

Feel free to explore our website and learn more about our Lodge and our Fraternity. Please contact us with any questions you might have.

Sincerely,

Frank Della
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Paul Revere Lodge 998

Paul Revere Lodge derives its name from the famous Boston patriot and silversmith. He had a long and illustrious Masonic career and is immortalized in the poem Paul Revere’s Ride by Henry Wadsworth Longfellow. He and other riders warned the populace of the oncoming British regulars. His status as a well-known leader made his ride particularly effective.

 

In addition to crafting silver and gold of superior quality, he made engravings for publication, operated a church bell foundry, and pioneered the making of copper sheeting for roofing material and for naval uses. His heirs still operate this very successful business. During the Revolution, he made over 40 trips on horseback to Philadelphia to keep the Continental Congress informed of events in New England.

 

He served the Masonic fraternity for over 45 years, eventually becoming Most Worshipful Grand Master of Massachusetts. His advice to Masters and lodge officers is still spoken at installation ceremonies throughout the U.S. Six lodges in the U.S. bear his name. During his life he enjoyed excellent health and respect.

To restore Freemasonry to the height of the popularity it once held throughout our communities and around the world.

To grow and strengthen our relationships and our diverse lodge, one that is committed to promote a positive influence on its members, the community and the fraternity by practicing the values taught through our ritual, work, and philosophies.

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