Oklahoma Masonic Lodges

Oklahoma Masonic Lodges.


Oklahoma Masonic Lodges, Meeker 479 one of Oklahoma’s greatest and best loved Freemason Lodges of America.


Oklahoma Masonic Lodges, Meeker 479

This lodge is a stand-alone building at the northeast corner of Loy Street and S. Fowler. It is a two-story native stone building, constructed in 1938. A keystone above the arched entry shows this date.

This is a rectangular building with a hip roof covered in red metal siding. The windows are all one-over-one double hung, set as singles, and in groups of two and three, and have stone sills. The main entrance, facing west is recessed under a stone arch. Set high to the right of this entrance is a cornerstone which reads: Meeker Lodge No. 479 A.F. & A.M., with the masonic emblem.

The Meeker Lodge is affiliated with the Ancient Free and Accepted Masons of the state of Oklahoma.

The lodge opens 1st & 3rd Thursdays at 7:30PM all brethren are warmly welcomed and new members to the craft from the local area is also welcomed and if you would like more information in becoming a brother of one of Oklahoma’s finest freemason lodges please contact their Secretary at Glenlester46@gmail.com

Meeker 479 part of Oklahoma Masonic Lodges