About Fulton Friendship

Our Lodge is a fraternal order comprised of dedicated men who have committed themselves to the building of character and the improvement of life.

Masonry’s primary objective is to make good men better.

Our Masonic teachings include brotherhood, morality, charity, justice, tolerance, citizenship, education and freedom of ideas, of religious choice, and of expression.

Freemasonry is kindness in the home, honesty in business, courtesy in society, fairness in work, pity and concern for the unfortunate, resistance towards the wicked, help for the weak, trust in the strong, forgiveness for the penitent, love for one another, and above all reverence and love for God.

Freemasonry is many things, but most of all, Freemasonry is a way of life.

If you become a Free Mason, you will:

  • Join both the oldest and the largest fraternity in the world
  • Join a brotherhood of over 5,000,000 men from all races, religions and countries from all walks of life.

Becoming a Mason

Becoming a Free & Accepted Mason is about joining a strong fraternal organization, with a rich in history and many historical figures, working towards further enlightenment and making us better men – in the lodge, in the family and in your professional life. Masons in our lodge come from all walks of life; plumbers, business people, doctors, …

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Regular communications are held at 7:30 p.m. on the 1st and 3rd Tuesdays of every month, except during July and August. Like this:Like Loading…

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Address:  147 Kinderkamack Rd, Park Ridge, NJ 07656 Phone:  (201) 391-6060 Like this:Like Loading…

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Who Are Masons

Masons as a rule are very circumspect when it comes to discussing the Craft with non-Masons. Some members are so careful that they are afraid to even mention the things that everyone knows about the organization. This is probably because they believe that Freemasonry is a “secret society” and that members are forbidden to talk …

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What happened to the 56 men?

Have you ever wondered what happened to the 56 men who signed the Declaration of Independence? Five signers were captured by the British as traitors, and tortured before they died. Twelve had their homes ransacked and burned. Two lost their sons serving in the Revolutionary Army; another had two sons captured. Nine of the 56 fought and …

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Father’s Day

We celebrate fathers around the Globe, living and past fathers.  It’s an excellent opportunity to acknowledge our fathers and the time they invest to be mentors and role models for their kids. Our founding fathers were proud fathers, and part of the core values of being a Mason is to be a strong mentor for …

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