LODGE HISTORY

The word 'Delta' refers to the 4th letter of the Greek alphabet.  The letter itself is represented as a triangle, and for this reason, a place where a river joins with other bodies of water, commonly being triangular in topography, is referred to as a Delta.  In scientific and mathematical parlance, Delta refers to a change of a variable, velocity being one example.

 In these respects, Delta Lodge is aptly named.  It is a lodge that is composed of several lodges that have, over many decades, joined with each other via merger.  There is an old saying coined by a fellow mason, Brother Winston Churchill, "To improve is to change, to be perfect is to change often".  Through those mergers, the customs and traditions that make individual Masonic lodges unique have also changed, and continue to change.  Though change is a essential to improvement, we must never forget the history of the lodge, and of those lodges that have come before us.

 

Lodge histories are currently being compiled.  This page will be updated as they are completed.


Delta Lodge


SAINT Paul's Lodge


ALGONQUIN LODGE


HESPERIA LODGE


MANET LODGE


THEODORE ROOSEVELT LODGE


ATLANTIC LODGE


THE LODGE OF ELEUSIS