Lodge Outreach Program Events

At each Lodge Outreach Program event, Masonic Outreach Services (MOS) staff checks in with Masons who serve as regional training coordinators about their outreach efforts, share new outreach tools and skills for serving Masonic families in distress, and collect ideas for site-specific Lodge Outreach Program projects and tools.

If you would like to attend an upcoming Lodge Outreach Program event, please contact Camille Salinas to reserve your place.

Division II Lodge Outreach Meeting

Hosted By: Reading Lodge No. 254 - 195 Masonic Avenue - Redding, CA 96003

Breakfast at 9:30 AM! Lodge Outreach Meeting 10 AM - 1 PM Many Thanks to Reading No. 254 for hosting Division II’s next Lodge Outreach Meeting! And grateful for Howard No. 37 hosting our District 202 Lodge Outreach Workshop in November. Howard Lodge has been partnering with local non-profits, Sundays, and November's benefitted Toys for Tots. Hosting monthly fundraising breakfasts and sharing with locals was Masonic community engagement looks like! We will be introducing Division II's Lodge Outreach app and have a training on the Masonic Emergency Response Team (MERT), how they are preparing for disaster on the Central Coast and responding to their communities in need. Community outreach work is not easy and the support of others engaged in the work makes a real difference. We look forward to checking-in with our Northern CA Masons, in Redding, and to a great year in Lodge Outreach.

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Div VIII Lodge Outreach Meeting

Temecula-Catalina No. 524 - 27895 Diaz Road #G - Temecula, CA 92590

Breakfast at 9am!

Division IV Lodge Outreach Meeting

Downtown Masonic Center 1123 J Street Sacramento, CA 95814

Big thanks to Sacramento's Washington No. 20 for hosting our Division IV Lodge Outreach Meeting. Past Master David Cameron and his lovely wife are looking for a count for breakfast, so please let us know how much to cook! At our Lodge Outreach Meetings, we have chance to share regional Lodge Outreach successes and challenges, offer MOS staff trainings community outreach skills and, finally, update you all on any changes to the services available to Masons and their loved ones. We will be building a tour of this gorgeous building into our agenda, that day. Last year, in August 2017, Masonic Division IV rolled-out the Lodge Outreach Program at Modesto No. 206. This year, MOS has scaled to serving Sacramento Valley Masons and ladies, with Lodge Outreach Meetings on the Northside of Div IV. Please RSVP to hcalderone@mhcuc.org for the Sacramento Valley Lodge Outreach Meeting on Saturday, 2nd June 2018, 9:30 AM breakfast, 10 AM-1 PM meeting.

Div IV LO Mtg

Oak Plains Lodge No. 789- 3010 Becerra Way Sacramento, CA 95821

Div.s VI & VII Lodge Outreach Meeting

Southern California Lodge No. 529 - 7726 W. Manchester Playa del Rey, CA 90293 - Breakfast at 8:30 AM!

Div.s VI & VII Lodge Outreach Meeting

West Covina Lodge No.446 - 1201 S. Orange Ave. West Covina, CA 91790 - Breakfast at 8:30 AM!

Div IX Lodge Outreach Meeting

TBD

Breakfast at 9am Lodge Outreach Meeting from 9:30am-12:30pm

Lodge Presentation

Harding San Juan Masonic Lodge, 5944 San Juan Ave, Citrus Heights, CA 95610, USA

EPIC Lodge Outreach Meeting

Masonic Homes - Solomon Square - 1650 E. Old Badillo St. Covina, CA 91724 - Breakfast at 8:30 AM!

EPIC Lodge Outreach Meeting

Masonic Homes - Solomon Square - 1650 E. Old Badillo St. Covina, CA 91724 - Breakfast at 8:30 AM!

EPIC Lodge Outreach Meeting

Masonic Homes - Solomon Square - 1650 E. Old Badillo St. Covina, CA 91724 - Breakfast at 8:30 AM!

Div III- Lodge Outreach Meeting

Masonic Homes Siminoff Chapel - 34400 Mission Blvd. Union City- Breakfast at 8:30 AM!

Lake Tahoe Master & Wardens Retreat

111 Country Club Drive Incline Village, NV 89451

If you imagine "retreats" as stuffy weekends of dull presentations about things you already know, think again! The 2019 Masonic leadership retreats give you a chance to combine the latest tools, game-changing techniques, and advice from lodges that succeed - all during a weekend filled with fellowship and learning. Catch up with old friends; make new connections with Grand Lodge officers and other mentors; and get in-person guidance from Grand Lodge staff. A formula for success: Each retreat is designed for attendees to leave with at least two actionable, practical takeaways; at least one new mentor or collaborator; and memories of one great time! Your behind-the-scenes duties are crucial to the success of your lodge. Discover new tools and services that will make successful lodge administration a breeze, plus learn how to optimize your role to help the master and other leaders of your lodge make smart, long-term decisions. Friday boot camps give secretary and treasurers basic, jargon-free training on the nuts-and-bolts duties of each office.

Master & Wardens Retreats

Lake Tahoe: May 3-5 Palm Springs: May 17-19

  Inspirational. Impactful. Visionary. You joined the officer line to make a difference, and this retreat is designed to help you do just that. Embrace time-tested management skills, get ideas for invigorating your lodge, and create an action plan to accomplish the changes you envision. Bring a renewed sense of inspiration and cooperation to your officer line, as each officer learns how to optimize his role to its fullest potential. For the greatest benefit, attend together and create a collaborative multi-year strategy. Bring your partner or spouse! Your loved one is encouraged to join you for a weekend filled with fellowship.   For questions regarding leadership retreats, contact memberservices@freemason.org.

Palm Springs Master and Wardens Retreat

45000 Indian Wells Lane Indian Wells, CA 92210

If you imagine "retreats" as stuffy weekends of dull presentations about things you already know, think again! The 2019 Masonic leadership retreats give you a chance to combine the latest tools, game-changing techniques, and advice from lodges that succeed - all during a weekend filled with fellowship and learning. Catch up with old friends; make new connections with Grand Lodge officers and other mentors; and get in-person guidance from Grand Lodge staff. A formula for success: Each retreat is designed for attendees to leave with at least two actionable, practical takeaways; at least one new mentor or collaborator; and memories of one great time! Your behind-the-scenes duties are crucial to the success of your lodge. Discover new tools and services that will make successful lodge administration a breeze, plus learn how to optimize your role to help the master and other leaders of your lodge make smart, long-term decisions. Friday boot camps give secretary and treasurers basic, jargon-free training on the nuts-and-bolts duties of each office.

Master & Wardens Retreats

Lake Tahoe: May 3-5 Palm Springs: May 17-19

  Inspirational. Impactful. Visionary. You joined the officer line to make a difference, and this retreat is designed to help you do just that. Embrace time-tested management skills, get ideas for invigorating your lodge, and create an action plan to accomplish the changes you envision. Bring a renewed sense of inspiration and cooperation to your officer line, as each officer learns how to optimize his role to its fullest potential. For the greatest benefit, attend together and create a collaborative multi-year strategy. Bring your partner or spouse! Your loved one is encouraged to join you for a weekend filled with fellowship.   For questions regarding leadership retreats, contact memberservices@freemason.org.

Div III- Lodge Outreach Meeting

Alameda Lodge No. 167 - 37419 Fremont Blvd Fremont, CA 94536-3704

Breakfast at 8:30am Meeting 9am-12pm

Divs VI & VII Lodge Outreach Meeting

San Marino Lodge No. 408 - 3130 Huntington Dr. San Marino, CA 91108

Breakfast at 8:30am Meeting at 9am-12pm

Div IX Lodge Outreach Meeting

Saddleback Laguna No. 672 - 23685 Birtcher Dr. Lake Forest, CA 92630

Breakfast at 9am Lodge Outreach Meeting from 9:30am-12:30pm

Div III- Lodge Outreach Meeting

Texas Lodge No. 46 - 405 2nd Street San Juan Bautista, CA 95045

Breakfast at 8:30am Meeting 9am-12pm