UPDATE The Working Tools Group - DATE CHANGE!

Let’s discuss Masonry and issues in our lives that Masonry can help provide guidance, and if you feel inspired Read a Book to share as well.

When: Thursday, March 9th at 6:30pm - 8:00pm

Where: Lodge Library

What is the Working Tools Group?

Many of us were drawn to Freemasonry out of a strong yearning to seek a truth hidden in the ancient wisdom, which has been handed down to us through the teachings of several mystical and philosophical traditions.  Indeed, one could argue that this is the primary purpose of our Craft.  Part of the mission of the Masonry is to take good men and make them better.  Our lodge has brothers with an abundance of experience, expertise and wisdom.  This group is crafted to tap into that experience and wisdom. 

We get together on a bi-monthly basis in order to help each other become the greatest version of themselves in our business / work / personal lives.  We are hear to provide you with an opportunity to discuss challenges you may be facing with ideas on how we can apply Masonic principals.  There is a synergy of energy, commitment, and excitement that participants bring. We are here to help fulfill a Mason’s mission to be a seeker of knowledge, truth, and Light.

Book to read:  “Prince Hall Freemasonry: The Secret Within” by Warrior Hawk

From Amazon.com:  “An aura of mystery surrounds the Masonic tradition Prince Hall founded. Part of this aura comes from the false perception, held even by many fellow Masons, that Prince Hall Freemasonry is different from "normal" Masonry, with special rites and ceremonies and a different set of core beliefs than those held by other Freemasons. Although Hall is widely recognized as the father of Black Masonry in the US, few records pertaining to his life have been found. The book not only reveals the history of PH Masonry but is a comprehensive guide and teaching tool for Masonic schools-offering a fascinating look into an organization often perceived as taboo to outsiders.”


You can obtain the book on Amazon.com at a very reasonable price for used copies, some as low as $~$11.

This is a convivial as well as an educational gathering so please feel free to imbibe in a favorite St. Patrick’s Day beverage, and bring a bit of nibbles to share.  Even if you choose to not read the book come join the discussion and brotherly support.

Please RSVP by sending an email to Bro. Dean Fairbanks, dhfairbanks@csuchico.edu

These are among the best discussions you’ll ever have with your Brothers!

We hope to see you there!