Brethren,

      We are on the precipice of a historic time. None of us would ever have imagined we would be facing such a maleficent threat. But here we are none the less. If you are not already doing so I urge you to stay indoors. Refrain from unnecessary trips into the public. Keep yourself and those that you love and cheerish safe. However if you are in need of assistance please feel free to reach out to myself or the secretary. We will work to assist you within in any way we can as the law may allow. 
 
Michael Mattes
WM Mozart Lodge #121
Vice President of the 18th District Masters and Wardens Association
 

Every Member MUST DO ASAP

Must register for Lodge database!
1. Go to nj.grandview.systems
2. Press “Member Portal” on upper right of page
3. Press “Member Registration” on upper right of page
4. Input 121 as your Lodge number
5. Enter your membership number (find number on dues card)
6. Enter last name (case sensitive)
7. Press “Membership Status”
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9. Once signed up, please update profile with contact information and browse website to familiar yourself with it
10. Any problems, please contact your secretary

Welcome to the official website of Mozart Lodge #121 of Free & Accepted Masons. Founded in 1871 & chartered in 1872, Mozart Lodge #121 has since served as a home for Free & Accepted Masons in the Camden County area. Freemasonry offers much to its members: the opportunity to grow; the chance to make a difference; to build a better world for ourselves and our children; to practice universal benevolence. It offers a chance to work with men who share the same values and ideals. Join the largest & oldest fraternity of like minded men, whose mission is to become better men, while better serving our families & community. Please explore our website & email us with any comments or questions.

Messages from the East.

Geometry is the branch of mathematics that is concerned with shape, size, the proportion of space, and the relative position of figures. The relative position to figures is what I feel is alluded to in the G lecture of the Fellowcraft Degree.

The lecture opens with saying that geometry is the foundation on which Freemasonry has been established. It is not only the adoration of the Grand Architect of the Universe and all the beauty he has created, it’s also taking that observations and employing them here on our own beautiful pale blue dot, known as earth, to make a better society that will last for generations. From studying the “relative position of figures”, we see there is a relative bond between brothers of a Lodge. Those brothers are united on a common journey. A journey to not only make themselves better men, but helping their brethren on their journey as well. The support of our brethren is imperative. That is the instructive tongue. It is offering council. It is offing support. It is offing compassion. So, in my eyes, the relative position is one of support. Those two hands symbolize fidelity that we hear about in the Entered Apprentice Degree.

Our ageless fraternity goes on passing from generation to generation the values and tenants that we hold dear as Masons. Passing those morals mouth to ear from brother to brother. As this small little microcosm of God’s creation hurls through the vast expanse of the universe our fraternity lives on and thrives.

Michael Mattes
Mozart Lodge #121
Worshipful Master 2020

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