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The Masonic Home of Missouri

The Masonic Home of Missouri is a non-profit charitable organization that provides statewide assistance to eligible Missouri Master Masons, their wives/widows, or Missouri female members of the Order of the Eastern Star.

Missouri Masonic Home Website

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Missouri Child Identification Program

MoCHIP is a comprehensive child identification program designed to give Missouri families a measure of protection against the ever increasing problem of missing and abducted children. MoCHIP stands for MissOuri CHild Identification and Protection Program. The program uses an Amber Alert compatible computer disc to provide their child’s critical  information to the parents. Microchips are NOT used in the program.

The parent is armed with a single pre-printed envelope that instructs authorities in the event of an emergency, something a parent in crisis would undoubtedly have trouble with, and a proactive measure to combat the time sensitivity involved in recovery. Within a matter of minutes the MoCHIP CD can be loaded into a computer directly from a police officers automobile and entered into the Amber Alert system.

Missouri Freemasons bring this program to communities throughout the state. The Missouri Masonic Children’s Foundation, the sole sponsor, is working with local Masonic Lodges to provide consistent and comprehensive MoCHIP events as part of their ongoing commitment to Missouri’s children and families. This program is provided FREE OF CHARGE to every Missouri family who participates.

Missouri Child Identification Program Website

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The Missouri Lodge of Research

The Missouri Lodge of Research is a group of Freemasons interested in the history and study of Freemasonry, and who by their contributions make it possible to publish and distribute the results of their studies and investigations. It was chartered by the Grand Lodge of Missouri, AF&AM on September 30, 1941 under the direction of MWB Harry S. Truman. The Lodge gathers and disseminates, by discussion and/or publication, information primarily of historical character pertaining to the origin and development of Freemasonry and to the members who have contributed to its growth and development.

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The Masonic Scholarship Fund of Missouri

The Masonic Scholarship Fund of Missouri, Inc. proudly offers three different scholarships to Missouri high school students.

These scholarships are available to students graduating this year from a Missouri high school, seeking to attend an accredited institution or higher education anywhere.

  • Masonic Merit Scholarship A $1,000/year scholarship available to students in any degree program.
  • Ruth Lutes Bachmann Scholarship A $1,000/year scholarship for students seeking a degree in the education or healthcare fields.
  • Samuel Smith Stewart Masonic Scholarship A $10,000/year scholarship available to students in any degree program

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Become A Freemason:

To become a Mason in Missouri, you must be a man at least 18 years old, live in Missouri, and have a belief in a Supreme Being (No particular religion is required or excluded. All are welcome!) To join, all you have to do is ask a Mason: Simply contact us directly, any of us would be more than willing to help you.

The Lodge meets on the 2nd & 4th Mondays of the Month (except July and December 26, 2016)
The lodge "open house" is 5:00 PM until 7:00 PM and dinner starts at 6:00 PM and lodge will start at 7:00 PM.

You are welcome to attend dinner and inquire about membership at that time.