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THE MISSION OF

FREEMASONRY

IN UTAH IS

TO TEACH AND PERPETUATE

A WAY OF LIFE

THAT PROMOTES BROTHERHOOD,

SELF IMPROVEMENT THROUGH EDUCATION,

FAMILY VALUES,

MORAL STANDARDS,

CHARITY AND COMMUNITY INVOLVEMENT

1869-Golden_Spike

 On May 10th, 1869 at a place called Promontory Point; Utah, there was driven a Golden Spike to signify the Completion of the world’s first Transcontinental Railroad and the Union of the Central Pacific and Union Pacific Railroads.

 

On Dec 18th, 2004 in Ogden Utah, The Golden Spike was again used, this time as a symbol of the Union of two Masonic Lodges:

Weber Lodge № 6       &      George Washington Lodge № 24

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This merger was the culmination of almost a year of hard work done by both of the Lodges, and in no way represents the Loss of the two older Lodges, but the continuation of both into a stronger and more robust Lodge.

Golden Spike Lodge № 6 is dedicated to both preserving our Masonic heritage and plotting a new course in Freemasonry in Ogden

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If you are interested in becoming a Mason, or just want to find out some more information please click on the ‘Becoming a Mason’ in the menu.  You can also contact someone via Email to have your questions answered.

Golden Spike Lodge № 6 F&AM of Utah is a proud promoter of the

Freemason’s Universal Tartan®

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