Battle Ground Lodge # 313 was established by a Charter granted by the Grand Lodge of Free and Accepted Masons of the State of Indiana on May 11th, 1865.
Battle Ground Lodge meets on the first Tuesday of every month. Dinner begins at 6:30pm. Our delicious meals are catered and are always excellent. Stated meetings begin at 7:30pm sharp. All Master Masons are welcome to attend. Entered Apprentice and Fellowcraft are also welcome to attend if they can be vouched for by a Master Mason in attendance.
Battle Ground Lodge, like all lodges that make up the Masonic fraternity is comprised of a very diverse group of men who are constantly working on bettering themselves utilizing the lessons taught throughout the Masonic degrees. Freemasons manifest these lessons to the outside world by being participants in our homes and communities and by being serviceable to others
The lessons in the three degrees of a symbolic lodge are by no means exclusive to our fraternity. They are quite universal. What makes them unique is the bond that brothers share. Brothers are bound by solemn obligations to aid, assist, and support their brethren.
At Battle Ground Lodge you will discover Brothers who are interested in all the facets of the fraternity. From those who enjoy sharing a meal together and hanging out with their brothers to those who love learning and performing the ritual work to those who seek the deeper meaning behind Masonic symbolism and allegory.