4th Masonic District

By: Harry W. Jenkins II, District Deputy Grand Master, District 4

Most are used to it being the “6th District” or “District 6” – the Albuquerque Lodges are together as their own district.

Harry W. Jenkins II, District Deputy Grand Master, District 4

District 4 consists of the following Lodges:

  • Temple Lodge No. 6, meets on first Thursday of the month at 7pm with dinner at 6pm.
  • Hiram Lodge No. 13, meets on fourth Thursday of the month at 7pm with dinner at 6pm.
  • Albuquerque Lodge No. 60, meets on second Wednesday of the month at 7pm with dinner at 6pm.
  • Mesa Lodge No. 68, meets on first Thursday of the month at 7pm with dinner at 6pm.
  • Sandia Mt Lodge No. 72, meets on first Tuesday of the month at 7pm with dinner at 6pm. 
  • Daylight Lodge No. 77, meets on first Tuesday of the month at 10am with donuts and coffee at 9am. 

I have completed my first round of visitation, and all is well. Each Lodge has been doing degree work along with some great education programs. Some of our upcoming events include:

  • 3 June Sojourners 1pm at Copper Canyon, 5455 Gibson Blvd SE, Albuquerque, NM 8710
  • 5 June Allied Masonic Degrees (AMD) 7pm Lodge room of Ballut Abyad Shrine
  • 23 June Table Lodge at the Ballut Abyad Shrine
  • 24 MASONICon Ballut Abyad Shrine

We hope to see you there!

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