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United Grand Lodge of Georgia - Unveiling Ancient Secrets and Traditions

Welcome to the website of the United Grand Lodge of Georgia (UGLG)

UGLG is only legitimate, regular, sovereign, and recognized Masonic authority on the territory of Georgia. 

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Masonry (Freemasonry) is the world’s oldest and largest non-religious, non-political, fraternal, secular social and charitable organization.   

Having no political or religious affiliations, we comprise members of all ages, races, religions, cultures, and backgrounds.

Freemasons in Georgia, UGLG, United grand lodge of georgia, Masons, Freemasonry
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History of Freemasonry in Georgia


Masonry is:

Masonry is a way of life, philosophy, an ancient orderly system based on moral and ethical principles, expressed in symbols and allegorical rituals. 


Masonry is a place where, within moral and civil guidelines, free thought, free speaking, and the spiritual growth of man can grow into its fullest potential.


Masonry is a place where you can confidently trust every person and entrust your family with them.


Masonry’s a place which provides the opportunity to meet, know, and call Brother, outstanding individuals from all walks of life that I would not otherwise have met. 


Masonry is a place to be a part of an organisation that has for its principal tenets - Brotherly Love, Relief, and Truth.


Masonry is a place that provides self-development opportunities.


Masonry is a place you can go to give support as well as seek it. 


Masonry is a place where moral virtues are taught and through these teachings a regular reinforcement of the moral virtues is experienced. 


Masonry is a place to spend time with a group of Brothers, who, by acting as good men, make me want to become a better man. Not better than others, but better than I would otherwise have been.


Masonry is a place to become better prepared to serve your family, country, community, mankind, and whole world. 


Thank you for visiting our website. I trust you find your visit both interesting and informative. If you are considering joining our fraternity or wish to attend a Lodge in Georgia,  we would welcome the opportunity to discuss this with you.

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