The Worshipful Master, Wardens and Brethren of Rossville Lodge #318 welcome you to our website.
Worshipful Steve Miller
Freemasonry is the world's largest and oldest fraternity. Our traditions are more than three centuries in the making and are founded upon the virtues of Brotherly Love, Relief, and Truth. These are traditions and values our country's founding fathers held dear when forming the foundation of this great country. Good men of every race, religion, and ethnic origin still live daily lives seeded in these values and as such whole societies are the better for them. Goethe, a great Mason, said that talent may develop in solitude, but character is created in society. It is the fruit of fellowship. Genius may shine aloof and alone, like a star, but goodness is social, and it takes two men and God to make a Brother. We are tied together, seeking the truth which none may learn for another, and none may learn alone. Not one of us is strong enough to not need the companionship of good men and the consecrations of good ideas. Here lies, perhaps, the deepest meaning and value of Masonry, it is a fellowship of men seeking goodness, and to yield ourselves to the influence, to be drawn into its spirit and its quest, and is to be made better than ourselves.
Rossville F & AM 125 Year Celebration The members of Rossville F & AM Lodge 318 will be celebrating it's 125th year as a chartered member of the Grand Lodge of Indiana on April 18th. It will be open to all members and their families as well as the public.
New Patriot Database System The new Patriot database system became the database of record as of April 1, 2017. All members may now log into their personal Member Portal, create their account and begin looking around the site. Type into the address bar of their browser - members.indianafreemasons.com and click on “create your account” and follow the instructions. Remember that when creating your account the username and password are case sensitive. There are generally three reasons a person cannot log in: they do not have the correct preferred email address in the current Grand Lodge database, the member name is misspelled or the date of birth is incorrect. Please do not call the Grand Lodge Office with these issues; send your question or concern to firstname.lastname@example.org