In our 149th year, Ancient York Lodge No. 89 F&AM is a small, friendly Masonic Lodge located in Nashua, New Hampshire. We pride ourselves on quality ritual and Masonic Education. We meet on the second Tuesday of the month (except July and August) at 7:00 PM, following a dinner at 6:00 PM. Whether you are a sojourner or a non-Mason wishing to learn more about the Fraternity, rest assured that you will be welcomed in our Lodge.
Greetings Brethren, As you know the State has issued a “stay at home” order. Due to this order Grand Lodge has directed all Lodge Masters to cancel or postpone all in person Masonic activity, Therefore our Stated meeting will not happen this month. Sadly for the first time in our almost 150 year history, we […]
Brethren, As of yesterday, I have suspended all Masonic activity in Ancient York Lodge until further notice. The Stated Communication in April will remain on the calendar. As of now, I will be making a determination by April 1 regarding the Stated Communication and all subsequent meetings for that month. I have essentially put us […]
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We are deeply saddened to announce the passing of Brother George Hadley Dooley in Pennsylvania. Brother Dooley was two months shy of his 101st birthday and was a 74.5 year Mason. Brother Dooley the oldest member of the Lodge and one of our last World War II Veterans. There will be a Masonic service likely in late Fall or early Spring 2021.
Until we meet again in the Celestial Lodge above, our Brother.
The Rose Beyond The Wall - A. L. Frink
Near a shady wall a rose once grew,
Budded and blossomed in God's free light,
Watered and fed by the morning dew,
Shedding it's sweetness day and night.
As it grew and blossomed fair and tall,
Slowly rising to loftier height,
It came to a crevice in the wall
Through which there shone a beam of light.
Onward it crept with added strength
With never a thought of fear or pride,
It followed the light through the crevice's length
And unfolded itself on the other side.
The light, the dew, the broadening view
Were found the same as they were before,
And it lost itself in beauties new,
Breathing it's fragrance more and more.
Shall claim of death cause us to grieve
And make our courage faint and fall?
Nay! Let us faith and hope receive--
The rose still grows beyond the wall,
Scattering fragrance far and wide
Just as it did in days of yore,
Just as it did on the other side,
Just as it will forever-more. ...