Description of the Name
“LuzViMinda” is the acronym of the three major islands of the Philippine Republic - Luzon, Visayas and Mindanao. “LVM 317” is its shortened acronym. Used as the name of this Masonic lodge, it is the geography that is being memorialized by its members. Read on Lodge History.
306 24th Ave. S, Seattle, WA 98144
Come One - Come all!
Bring your Family and Friends. Lots of Foods, Fun, and Friendly Smiles to share.
We Meet 3rd Saturday of
Jan, Mar, May, Jul, Sept, & Nov
Prince Hall Grand Lodge Bldg.
306 24th Ave S
Seattle, WA 98144-2314
Our Suggested Dress Code:
Barong Tagalog?: April-September
Dark Suit/Tuxedo: October-March
The LVM Mission
LuzViMinda Lodge No. 317 is a fraternal organization of men who are trying to better themselves through Freemasonry. It is a fraternity of enthusiastic, innovative, and forward-thinking men - united in fellowship and service, dedicated to mutual self-improvement, and committed to making a positive difference within our communities.
LuzViMinda Annual Family Camping
August 21-23, 2015
Granite Falls Masonic Park, Rainbow Chalet
Grand Lodge Vision
Freemasons of Washington will be recognized as a relevant and respected Fraternity, committed to attracting and retaining all men of high quality who strive for self-improvement and the opportunity to make a positive difference in their community.
Freemasonry: Our Way of Life
One of the ancient Landmarks of Freemasonry is that it will not solicit new members. A man seeking Masonic membership must do so of is own free will and accord. Freemasonry does not permit its members to invite others to join because it believes that a man who becomes a Mason of his own personal desire is much more likely to become a strong and beneficial member.
Freemasonry is not a religion, nor is it a substitute for religion. It provides no system of faith, offers no sacrament, and does not claim to lead to salvation. Every member is free to follow the Faith or Denomination which best agree with his personal religious conviction and is encouraged to do so.
Masonry expects its members to conduct themselves in accordance with a strict moral code, and it believes the requirements of that moral code are in harmony with the teachings of any religion or with the beliefs of any good man.
Today Freemasonry is a Fraternal society whose members are linked together by a common moral uprightness and whose ethical principles are acceptable to all good men. Its doors are open to all men who seek harmony with each other, who feel a desire for self-improvement and who wish to participate in the adventure of making this world a better place to live.
Meet Us for During Third Saturdays of Odd-numbered Months
(January, March, May, July, September, and November).
Only Freemasons Can Sit In A Tyled Lodge Meeting.
However, Join Us for Dinner. Bring Your Family, Your Lady,
Your Grandkids/Kids, and Yes, Your Neighbors, too!
Early Dinner Always Succeeds MeetingFamily, Kids/Grandkids, Neighbors Welcomed
Founded 03/11/2006, Chartered 06/15/2007, Constituted 07/07/2007
AVOIDING DOWNTOWN TRAFFIC
On I-5, Coming North from Snohomish
Get Off SR 520 - Exit 168B
Take Montlake Blvd. E
Follow road to 24th Ave. E
Turns to Turner Way (a short distance)
Road merges to 23rd Ave. E
Pass Garfield High School
Left on E. Yesler Way
Right on 24th Ave. S
Find MW Prince Hall Masonic Bldg.
by Walgreens on S. Jackson St.