Stated Masonic Education
2nd Monday – Sept. thru June
6:00 pm – Dinner & Fraternal Fellowship
7:30 pm – Open Lodge
Special Masonic Education & Degrees
4th Monday – 7:30 pm – As Announced
Northwest Masonic Temple, 2436 W Dublin Granville Rd, Columbus, OH 43235, USA
This is New England Lodge No.4
Inspiring Educating & Improving Men Since 1803
Colonel James Kilbourne, the first Master of New England Lodge and founder of Worthington, had the vision to found a new settlement in the “Western Country” and to practice the virtues of Freemasonry.
Kilbourne founded the Scioto Company with seven other interested men. He and Nathaniel Little, of Blandford, Massachusetts, were appointed agents to explore the open country during the months of August and September 1802. Kilbourne and nine men journeyed in May 1803 to the newfound area to plant crops and build cabins. Their first task was to build a double log cabin to serve as a schoolhouse, town meeting hall, and church. They named their town after a county in Connecticut where James Kilbourne lived.
On October 19, 1803, he applied for and received a warrant from the Grand Lodge of Connecticut to take with him to the wilderness in Ohio.
New England Lodge has been continually operating since that time.
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Phone – 614.450.0093
This is a voice-mail system and no one will pick up, but the message you leave will be instantly sent to 4 Lodge officers who will respond to your request as soon as possible.
How to Join Freemasonry
If you would like to know more about Masonry & New England Lodge, we hold an informational session on the 1st Monday of the month.
During these sessions, we cover the origin & history of Freemasonry, the use of allegory and symbols, and answer your questions.
If you would like to attend the next session, please click the title above and give us some information, and someone from the lodge will contact you.