For centuries, men of every race, creed, and color, throughout the world, have found in the Symbolic Lodges of Freemasonry the light to guide their search for the answers to eternal questions: What is the meaning of life; the nature of God and man?

 Freemasonry is a system of morality, veiled in allegory, illustrated by symbols. Not a religion, but religious in character, it is a philosophy of ethical conduct which imparts moral and social virtues, and fosters brotherly love.  

The venerable tenets of Freemasonry; Brotherly Love, Relief, and Truth, have withstood the sands of time, stretching back to the very inception of civilization, their resonance echoing through the ages. They encapsulate an esoteric comprehension through which humanity can ascend beyond the mundane, constructing a life in sublime accord with the cosmic blueprint crafted by the Great Architect of the universe. In the intricate mosaic of Freemasonry, individuals embark on a transformative introspective journey, weaving the fabric of existence into a harmonious symphony with the celestial forces that govern the cosmos.

Stated Meetings

Minneapolis Lodge No. 19 meets at 7:00 pm on the 3rd Wednesday of each month, in the historic Minneapolis Scottish Rite Temple.

Traveling Brethren interested in visiting should review our Visiting Procedures in advance of their arrival.

Members of the public who are interested in learning more about Minneapolis Lodge No. 19 may contact the lodge directly at 612.353.5583,, or by submitting a Request for Information.


John R. Hendrickson, Sr. Scholarships

Each year our foundation awards scholarship grants to to Minnesota students pursuing undergraduate or graduate studies. Eligibility for scholarship grants is based on a criteria of financial need, academic achievement, and broad participation in extra curricular activities.

Scholarship Foundation

Each year, FOUR $5,000 scholarships are awarded by the Minneapolis Lodge No. 19 Scholarship Foundation to individuals pursuing undergraduate or graduate studies.

For more information, please visit our Scholarship Programs page.