Thank you for visiting the San Diego Lodge No. 35 F. & A.M. of the State of California webpage. Our lodge has over 170 years of Masonic history in San Diego and was very instrumental in the formation of the fledgling city back in the 1850’s. We are extremely proud of this heritage, which is one of the oldest and largest lodges in California.

Consistent with this is San Diego Lodge No. 35's committment to Let's Write the Future. Visit the Philanthropy page for more information. For the cost of two cups of coffee, just $8 per month, we could meet and exceed our obligation!

The San Diego 35 Philanthropic Fund is to fund individual and community projects consistent with Masonic Principals and benefitting the San Diego metropolitan region. Visit the Philanthropy page for more information.

Brotherly Love, Relief, and Truth

Jonathan Robles
Master, San Diego Lodge No. 35

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Upcoming Lodge Events

January 3 Officer Practice
January 7 January Stated Meeting
RSVP Dinner Reservation With the Secretary
January 10 Executive Meeting / Officer Practice
January 22 Funeral for Br. Colin McInnes
January 24 Officer Practice
January 28 Annual Dinner
RSVP Dinner Reservation With the Secretary
January 31 2nd Degree(s)
February 4 February Stated Meeting
RSVP Dinner Reservation With the Secretary

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Masonry (also known as Freemasonry) is the world's first and largest fraternal organization. It is a brotherhood of like-minded men who genuinely care about each other. We develop lifelong friendships with fellow Masons and their families, and are welcomed at Masonic lodges throughout the United States and the world.

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We take responsibility for the well-being of our brothers, our families, and the community as a whole. We provide relief through philanthropy, community involvement, and delivery of excellent care.

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As a fraternity, we have championed many great causes - but perhaps none so personal, or so affecting, as that of public education. From helping to establish the nation’s first public school systems to helping bring California’s public schools out of crisis in 1920, Masons have been on the forefront.

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