Greetings from the East!

Happy New Year and welcome to 2020! I am truly humbled and honored to address you for the first time as the Worshipful Master of Delaware Lodge No. 46. After a successful year under the leadership of Past Master Brad Faust, I look forward to carrying on the excellent traditions and momentum of this great lodge. The new year has brought us new opportunities and the future has never looked brighter. We have wholeheartedly welcomed our Brothers from Muncie 433 into our ranks, the new Officers are installed and the Craft is eager to begin their labors. It is through everyone’s continued efforts and talents that we stand on a firm foundation of success. I am certain this year will be a great success and appreciate everyone’s involvement and encouragement.

Upcoming Events 

It is the strength and the fraternal bond of the Lodge membership that help us accomplish our worthy goals. Therefore I would like to encourage all our brethren to join us in our labors. Your support is essential for our success and the strength of our Lodge shines best when we work together.

  • Our next Stated Meeting will be held on Wednesday, March 11th, 2020. Dinner @ 6:00pm.

 In Memoriam

My Brethren, the roll of the workmen has been called, and our Brother has not answered to his name. He has forever laid down the working tools of the Craft and with them he has left that mortal part for which he no longer has use. His labors here below have taught him to divest his heart and conscience of the vices and superfluities of life, thereby fitting his mind as a living stone for that spiritual building -- that house not made with hands, eternal in the heavens. Strengthened in his labors here by faith in God, and confident of expectation of immortality, he has sought admission to the Celestial Lodge above. We cherish his memory in our hearts.

 Bro. Bruce Bennett


 Bro. Joseph Gettinger


 Bro. Hugh Morris



 Todd Hughes

Worshipful Master 2020

Welcome to the website of Delaware Lodge No. 46, Free and Accepted Masons, located in Muncie, Indiana.

Freemasonry is the oldest, largest and most respected gentleman’s fraternity in the world. It’s modern origins start in 1717 in London, but its legendary beginnings stretch back to the ancient stonemason guilds of Europe, and even before - to the building of King Solomon’s Temple in Jerusalem.

• Today’s Freemasons do not work in stone, but build temples in the hearts of men, taking good men and making them better husbands, fathers, sons and citizens.

• Delaware Lodge meets in the Muncie Masonic Hall building at the East end of McGalliard Rd, next to the Shrine Club on Shrine Drive.