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Welcome to Hayastan Lodge No. 94

Following the independence of Armenia in 1991, a number of Armenian Masons of the Grand lodge of the District of Columbia founded Hayastan Lodge No. 94 the first Armenian speaking lodge in the United States of America
(Chartered on December 10, 1994).

The objective of this lodge was to organize and revitalize Armenian Freemasonry so that, one day, members of the lodge could carry the light of Freemasonry to Armenia.

This inspiration became a reality when, on December 16, 1999, Massis Lodge No. 99 was chartered, under the Grand Lodge of the District of Columbia, as a “Sojourning” Lodge with the express purpose of establishing the Grand Lodge of Armenia, with the participation of the Grande Lodge National Francaise (GLNF) and the Grand Lodge of Russia.

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About Us

We are Hayastan Lodge No. 94 Following the independence of Armenia in 1991, a number of Armenian Masons of the Grand lodge of the District of Columbia founded Hayastan Lodge No. 94 the first Armenian speaking lodge in the United States of America (Chartered on December 10, 1994).

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News & Events

Leadership Conference 2023

Hayastan Lodge No.94 took part in the annual Leadership Conference. As always, the conference was useful and very productive. The issues raised at the conference are relevant and widely applicable in the everyday life of the lodges of Great Washington. Thanks again to the organizers and especially the Grand Master.

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History of Freemasonry

In 1811 Representatives of five Masonic Lodges operating in Washington,  District of Columbia met in the convention to form their own governing body - the Grand Lodge of Washington, District of Columbia

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The Key Tenets of Freemasonry

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Brotherly Love

Brotherly Love: A true Freemason ought to show tolerance and respect for the opinions of others and be kind to and understanding of his fellow human being

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Relief

Relief: Freemasons are taught to practice charity, not only for their own, but also for the community at large

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Truth

Truth: Freemasons are taught to search for truth, requiring high moral standards and aiming to achieve in their own lives

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