On Memorial Day weekend 2013, Pennsylvania Freemasons participated in the rededication of the Friend to Friend
Masonic Memorial in Gettysburg. The event included a picnic and the re-creation of the battle scene of
Pickett's Charge; the moment when Union Capt. Bro. Henry Bingham come to the aid of Confederate Brig.
Gen. Bro. Lewis A. Armistead was a heartfelt reminder of how the Masonic brotherhood transcends all differences.
That evening featured an inspiring speech from a re-enactor portraying Gen. Bro. Robert E. Lee. Approximately
600 people attended the Friend to Friend Masonic Memorial rededication the following day, and thousands more
enjoyed the Gettysburg Parade in which many bodies of the Family of Freemasonry took part.
Masonic Village residents enjoy life their way through a variety of clubs, events, sports, special interest groups, hobbies and more each day. Check out this video to see Masonic Village's dynamic, diverse and fun lifestyle for yourself!
The Grand Lodge of Pennsylvania joins Washington Lodge No. 164 and Sunset Lodge No. 623 in participating in the 3rd Annual Whiskey Rebellion Festival Parade through downtown Washington, PA. The parade preceded a Masonic Open House, where visitors were provided a tour and introduction to Freemasonry in Pennsylvania.
is an inspiring video of Grand Master Thomas K. Sturgeon explaining his vision for the future of Freemasonry in Pennsylvania to the leaders of the Scottish Rite at their annual Council of Deliberation. A 21st Century Masonic Renaissance in the way we approach and solve problems, and interact with each other, will lead us to a bright future.
Freemasonry and the Fabric of America
is an informative and motivating talk by Gov. Lee Sherman Dreyfuss of Wisconsin about the history and purpose of Freemasonry and how it is integrated with the fulfillment of American dream.
Capital Campaign 2007-2008 Video
Learn about the need to raise $50 million dollars to provide long-term security and stability to the fraternity that will enable us to continue to support the Masonic Temple and the Library and Museum, the Masonic Villages and the Pennsylvania Masonic Youth Foundation.
One Child at a Time
This 2004 video tells the story of the 32nd Degree Masonic Learning Centers
for Children, which for the past 10 years, have been helping students break
through the barriers of dyslexia that keep them from reading and excelling
in school. The video was produced by the Supreme Council, 33rd Degree,
Ancient Accepted Scottish Rite for the Northern Masonic Jurisdiction, and is
available here by permission.
The York Rite of Freemasonry
The Pennsylvania York Rite bodies are explained in this video, narrated by Bro. Thomas W. Jackson, R. W. Past Grand Secretary of the Grand Lodge of Pennsylvania.
Full Throttle: Mini Grand Prix
This video was made by the 55th Masonic District to show how they got
involved with the Mini-Grand Prix program, and how they built a winning team
in the year 2000. It shows excellent goal-setting, fund-raising, public
relations, teamwork and Masonic brotherhood in a great effort to raise funds
for the Arthritis Foundation.
Invest In The Future
The newest Masonic family video, released to all Pennsylvania Lodges in
September, 2002, "Invest In The Future" provides an insight into the Masonic
Youth Groups, and the programs of the Pennsylvania Youth Foundation. (12
"Tools Of The Craft" - a three part video series
These new Masonic Education tools are designed to be shown to new members as they progress through the three Masonic Degrees. They are also of great interest to those who know very little about Freemasonry.
What It Means To Be A Pennsylvania Mason
This video discusses the age-old history of Freemasonry, how it came to Pennsylvania, qualifications for membership, and what it means to be a Brother in the Fraternity.
Position On Religion And Secrecy Issues
Listen to a panel of religious and Masonic leaders discuss the numerous misconceptions about the Masonic Fraternity , the values of Freemasonry, and the important difference between "secrecy" and "confidentiality."
"DeMolay International Video"
This 9-minute video tells about the great program of character building, leadership training and FUN provided by Masons to young men of their community through sponsorship of Chapters of the Order of DeMolay.
Job's Daughters Video
The Job's Daughters of Pennsylvania produced this professional 8-minute
video showing the FUN, FRIENDSHIP and PURPOSE of the organization.
32nd Degree Masonic Learning Centers
This 8-minute public broadcasting special report on the Learning Center operated by the Valley of Allentown, AASR, describes how the centers teach children to cope with their dyslexia, a reading and language disability.