A Masonic Lodge in Portland, OR
Chartered under the Grand Lodge of Ancient, Free & Accepted Masons of Oregon
Founded in 1911, Kenton Lodge No. 145 is North Portland's only existing Masonic Lodge. Our stated meetings are on every second Thursdays of the month, with dinner served at 6:30 PM and lodge opening at 7:30 PM. Aside from our stated meeting, we also meet every Thursday, with the first Thursday of the month reserved for officers and trustees meetings. For more information about our weekly meetings, please see our building calendar
For 2018, Kenton Lodge's leadership is composed of the following brothers:
- Worshipful Master: Sami Aldrete
- Senior Warden: Joey Piazza
- Junior Warden: Doug Auld
Renovated in 2011, the Kenton Masonic Temple stands as one of the few remaining Portland Masonic buildings that is still for Masonic use. It serves as an anchor point for the Kenton neighborhood and is home to various shops such as Queen's Mother and Baby, Soul River Runs Deep, Fang & Feather and Bart's Barbershop.
The temple is also home to other organizations such as the Portland Unity Zikr, Enneadic Star Pronaos (AMORC), Friendship Masonic Lodge No. 160, and Bethel #4 of Job's Daughters.
The building is also available for events and other meetings on a limited basis. Contact us for rates and available dates.
Lodge shirts are now available from the lodge store
Wear a piece of Kenton today! Kenton Lodge no. 145 is proud to offer t-shirts and other lodge-related logo goods to the members of the lodge and to brothers of the Craft.
Our items are inspired or designed by members of the lodge. Not only will you get a unique and quality item, you'll also support the lodge preserve Kenton Masonic Temple for years to come as 100% of the net proceeds from each sale goes directly to the lodge's building fund.
The grand object of Masonry is to promote the happiness of the human race.- George Washington
Freemasonry is an institution calculated to benefit mankind.- Andrew Jackson
Freemasonry is ‘veiled in allegory and illustrated by symbols’ because these are the surest way by which moral and ethical truths may be taught. It is not only with the brain and with the mind that the initiate must take Freemasonry but also with the heart.- Carl Claudy