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Northern Star Lodge #377
-Stated Meetings are held on the 3rd Tuesday of the month
NORTHERN STAR MASONIC
LODGE # 377 A.F. & A.M.
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The Meaning of Freemasonry
The Grand Lodge of Texas
NORTHERN STAR MASONIC LODGE #377
Meetings are held in the Historic Dallas Scottish Rite Catherderal, 500 S. Harwood Dallas Texas 75201
2022 - 2023
NORTHERN STAR #377
A.F. & A. M.
Worshipful Master – Will Travis
Senior Warden – Kelly Roberts
Junior Warden – Jose Sangiuliano
Treasurer - Gary Pennington
Secretary - Justin Curtsinger
Chaplain - Harold Collum
Senior Deacon – Jon Wolfe
Junior Deacon – Carlos Paladino
Senior Steward - Sam House
Junior Steward - Nick Jones
Marshal – Barry Boyd
Master of Ceremonies - Chris Runge
Bard - John Wilson
Tiler – Reynold Harris
Also Pictured - M:. W:. Brad Billings
Grand Master of Masons in Texas
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Who we are and what Masonry is all about.
Ask for Information
If you know a Mason, ask him about the fraternity. Don't be shy, we love talking to those interested in Masonry. If you don't know a Mason, you can use the Lodge Locator to find a lodge near you and contact them or contact us at
You can also use the "Ask a Mason" feature on the Grand Lodge of Texas website.
Visit the Lodge
Try to find out if there is a good time for you to visit the lodge. Take this as an opportunity to meet some of the members and ask questions. Don't be intimidated, they'll be happy to see you. In many areas more than one lodge may exist. Visit as many as you can, get a feeling for the lodges you visit and pick the one that best meets your needs.
Request a Petition
Request a petition from a Mason or from the lodge you would like to join. You can also find a PDF of the petition on the GRAND LODGE OF TEXAS website. Your petition will require the signature of several Masons. If you don't know any Masons, ask the lodge you're petitioning for advice.
Submit Your Petition
Turn in your completed petition to the lodge you would like to join. Your petition will be received by the lodge and will be read during a stated meeting.
Once that the Lodge has your petition, these are the actions you can expect the Lodge to take:
The Master of the lodge you submitted your petition to will assign three members of the lodge to interview you and investigate your background. The investigators may want to meet with you at home or at the Lodge or other location. There is a standard set of questions that all investigators must ask, but many will ask additional questions. Be honest with the investigators. No Mason is perfect...we don't expect petitioners to be perfect, either.
Your investigators will be given a deadline by which to return their completed investigation reports to the lodge. Their reports along with their recommendation will be read to the lodge at a stated meeting. At this time, the Master of the lodge will usually call for a ballot to be taken on your petition. Eligible Masons will then vote on your petition and the outcome of the ballot will be announced to the lodge.
After the Ballot
Soon after the stated meeting, a member from the lodge should contact you with the outcome of the ballot and provide you with additional instructions.