Amicable Lodge # 25, now known as Amicable ~ St. John’s Lodge #25, was granted a
Maryland Freemason lodge charter from the Grand Lodge of Maryland in 1797 the same
year Baltimore City was formed. Making Amicable ~ St. John’s one of the oldest Freemason
Lodges in Maryland. During the 215 years the Lodge has been very active in the history
of our country. During World War II Amicable Lodge raised $5,647,800 during the War
Bond drives leading all Lodges of the State. A Heavy Bomber was christened “Amicable
Lodge” in our honor. During the last few years Amicable Lodge has merged with Cassia
Lodge # 45 on March 1, 2001, Centre Lodge #108 on November 6, 2002 and St. Johns
Lodge # 34, December 1, 2006. The name of the Lodge was changed to Amicable ~ St.
Johns Lodge # 25. We are a very active and growing lodge in Maryland, with over 600
brothers. We look forward to the future of the Lodge and the many new brothers whom
will join and keep with Its long and historic traditions.
Thursday May 30, 2013 7:30 pm Roman Room
Special meeting to be held on May 30th
Confer EA Degree & Examine EA Catechism
6:30 pm - Dinner - Chinese Feast by W.B. Davidoff
Meetings held in the Roman Room of the Grand Lodge Building, 302 International Circle,
Cockeysville, Maryland 21030. We meet formally the 1st & 3rd Thursday of each month.
In the event of bad weather check out this website for announcements regarding cancellations
Amicable St. Johns Lodge # 25 Chartered June 21, 1797