Founded in 1853, Lake Country Freemasons Lodge #42 is one of the longest continuously running Masonic Lodges in Wisconsin. Rich with tradition and vibrant with an average member age just under 50, our Lodge meets twice a month on weeknights and most meetings consist of some business and education about the fraternity including history, lessons, ritual, and review of basic principles. Our gatherings are always filled with a spirit of brotherhood. Lake Country Freemasons Lodge #42 has 133 members and draws from the immediate area around Waukesha County.
Lake Country Freemasons Lodge #42 is also affiliated with the Grand Lodge of Wisconsin which is the governing body for all Lodges in the state. Located in our back yard, is Three Pillars Retirement community which was founded on the Masonic Principle of Relief. Lake Country Freemasons Lodge #42 has a strong working relationship with other Masonic appellate bodies to include but not limited to Scottish Rite, Tripoli Shrine, Knights Templar, Eastern Star, DeMolay International, and Job’s Daughters. To be a member of any of these fine groups it all starts with becoming a Master Mason and member in good standing of a local Lodge.