Chartered on December 7, 1923, Texas Lodge No. 8 sits quietly nestled in the historic King William District in downtown San Antonio, TX and is truly a “Texas Masonic Treasure” just waiting to be discovered.
Texas Lodge No. 8 in the Community
Brother Brian Stach, Bexar County Deputy Sheriff and Chaplain of Texas Lodge No. 8, has led multiple charitable campaigns for the Lodge over the past several years. Recently, Brother Stach led a drive to collect box fans and paper products for the King’s Compassion organization in San Antonio, TX. Pictured is Brother Stach with Mr. Robert Reyes with King’s Compassion and the items donated with the assistance from the Brethren at Texas Lodge No. 8.
The Mission of King’s Compassion is to demonstrate God’s love by serving and becoming advocates and friends to the elderly poor as they seek to provide for their total well-being through meeting their basic physical, material, and spiritual needs while serving their Vision of restoring the dignity and respect to the elderly poor and homeless, as they deserve being valued members of our local and global societies.
If you would like to donate your time or for a list of needed donations and other ways you can help, you can find more information at the link below:
How To Become A Freemason
Joining the fraternity of Ancient Free and Accepted Masons requires that a man, of his own free will, petition a Masonic Lodge for the Degrees in Masonry. No Texas Mason should ever ask you to join our fraternity.
Click HERE to find the general steps that a man seeking membership in Freemasonry may consider. Lodges will likely have their own procedures, but this will help you get started and give you a better understanding of the process.