Julian Feild Lodge #908 AF&AM

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Julian Feild Lodge #908 AF&AM

Congratulations to our 2023 Scholarship Recepients!

Johnny Gonzalez

Johnny was born and raised in Texas and says he grew up listening to stories from his Native Texan grandparents tells stories of working in the cotton fields as children. It is from their stories and examples that he developed his determination and appreciation for hard work. Now that he has graduated from Eastern Hills High School, he will be seeking an educational path of IT and Computer Science at Tarrant County College. Johnny is excited about the ever changing future of IT and it’s contributions to so many areas of every day life. We look forward to hearing of your progress throughout your college career! 

Lillian McMinn

Lilly is a twice Past Worthy Advisor of Fort Worth Assembly #15, and served as Grand Patriotism in 2021-2022 and Grand Faith in 2022-2023. Lilly also served as Marks DeMolay Chapter Sweetheart as well as the State Sweetheart. Lilly is proud of her Texas heritage and has enjoyed getting to travel much of the state as a Grand Floor Officer of the Grand Assembly of Texas IORG. Growing up in Texas has taught her manners and respect for her elders and uses those values to serve her community. Lilly graduated from Boswell High School in the top 15% of her class and has been accepted into Honors College at Tarleton State University where she is a member of Alpha Omicron Pi and the National Society of Leadership and Success. Lilly plans to change the world by serving her community as a Civil Lawyer. 

Jon-Paul Pechaeck

Jon-Paul says being a Texan has taught him the importance of family, community, manners, and the importance of helping others. Jon-Paul graduated in the top 25% from Bowie High School where he served as the Class of 2023 Treasurer all 4 years of High School, the Cross Country & Track Team Captain, and served 100 hours of community service. His school counselor says he is the most positive role model on campus and is proud of all his hard work and accomplishments. Jon-Paul plans to help his community by obtaining a degree in Economics from the University of North Texas. We are excited to hear all about your college journey so be sure to keep in touch! 



The Principles of Freemasonry


Freemasonry is a fraternal origination dedicated to Brotherly Love, Relief and Truth


Brotherly Love:

How a man chooses to practice his personal religious beliefs is left entirely up to him, but Freemasonry recognizes the strong bond which unites all people under One Creator. Our members include men from a wide range of religious backgrounds, but each of them shares a commitment to this important principle.


Relief:

Because of our strong bond of Brotherly Love, Masons provide Relief to help those who are in need. This includes the notion of charity, and Masons provide much assistance to worthy charities, but it also means offering a helping hand, in other ways, to people that need assistance.


Truth:

As Masons, we are committed to being honest and truthful with other people. The Masonic Fraternity teaches a man to be faithful to his responsibilities to God, his Country, his fellow man, his family and himself. The Masonic principle of Truth also teaches a man to search for wisdom and understanding. For only in this way can he grow and become a better person. The pursuit of knowledge is at the very heart of our purpose.


187th Grand Annual Communication

Lodge Information:

We are located at: 1100 Henderson St, Fort Worth, TX 76102

Stated Meeting: 2nd Tuesday of every month. Meal is served at 6pm, Meeting starts at 7pm. Dress is business casual.