Phoenix Lodge No. 1001
Phoenix Lodge No. 1001 was chartered in 2010, being one of the first Lebanese lodges to work under the jurisdiction of the Grand Lodge of the District of Columbia and operates in English.
The phoenix is a mythological bird which is reborn every few centuries from the ashes of its preceding form. In ancient Greece and Rome, the phoenix was associated with Phoenicia, modern day Lebanon. The symbol of the phoenix is associated with the sun, a key symbol in Freemasonry.
Phoenix has many brethren of varying ages and backgrounds. We pride in our diversity and take it to heart to always meet on the level at 7 pm every third Tuesday of the month. Social functions follow-up our meetings.
Business attire (dark suit and tie) for Lodge Members and visiting Brethren is a must.
Would you like to visit us?
If you are a brother mason in good standing you are most welcome to visit us. Please contact our Brother Secretary to find out more!
Our doors are always open to visiting Brethren!
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