Beulah Lodge - Free and Accepted Masons


Dale Gray

Darvin Willhide
Senior Warden

David Gambrel
Junior Warden

Jamie Belcher

Michael Woolley

Mark Carr
Senior Deacon
Kenneth Alldredge, Junior Deacon, Henry Smith, Chaplain, Johnie Rose, Senior Steward, Danny Cain, Junior Steward, and Philip Bruner, Tyler

What is Freemasonry?

Freemasonry is a fraternity of men dedicated to higher moral standards, to their families and to their community. Freemasonry is the world's oldest and larget fraternity. Th principles of Freemasonry serve to strengthen its members in fulfilling their public and private responsibilities.

Our Purpose

Our purpose is to improve and strengthen the individual man by providing opportunities for fellowship, charity, education, and leadership based on the three ancient Masonic tenets: Brotherly Love, Relief and Truth. Freemasonry also seeks to improve the community. Our basic purpose is simple and straightforward: "To take good men and make them better."

The Present

Today, being a Freemason means being an active participant in many charitable and community projects. It means being an honored member of a fraternity of men dedicated to higher moral standards, to their families and to the community.

Beulah Lodge #578 in Mt. Vernon, Indiana takes great pride in helping our community by helping its future. Yearly, Beulah Lodge takes part in a scholarship program for local children to help them pay for college. In addition to our scholarship program, Beulah Lodge has a fund that donates monies to local schools to assist children in need to get the vital supplies that are necessary to promote a great education. The Lodge also donates food to local shelters and programs to assist the needy in Mt. Vernon and Posey County.

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