Mount Olive #25, P.H.A.
1307 North Eutaw Place
Baltimore, MD 21217
Meeting Nights: 2nd & 4th Tuesdays of each month.
Lodge Address: 1307 Eutaw Place Baltimore, Maryland 21217
Mt. Olive Lodge # 25 first elected officers in 1869 was Worshipful Master Isaac H. Richardson and Senior Warden George Ridgely and Junior Warden James Brown. It was warranted by the Most Worshipful Union Grand Lodge for the state of Maryland Ancient Free and Accepted Masons of Baltimore City, State of Maryland on the 12th Day of September A.D. 1876 and of Masonry A.L. 5876 under the hands of the Honorable Most Worshipful Grand Master James A. Handy.
On the 12th day of November 1935, Brothers Howard L. Jenkins and Andrew L. Hooks appeared before notary public Alvan S. Stanley to take the oath of fidelity to show true faith and allegiance to the Most Worshipful United Grand Lodge of the State of Maryland and Jurisdiction, F & A.M.; of which the Most Worshipful Willard W. Allen was Grandmaster; to support and abide by its constitutions, statutes, orders and degrees.
When the articles of incorporation were amended in 1947 the Grand Lodge became, the Most Worshipful Prince Hall Grand Lodge, Free and Accepted Masons of the State of Maryland and its Jurisdiction Incorporated.
To live by the values and ideals of Freemasonry while being devoted to our faith, families, communities, and uplifting humanity.
To contribute to our community while being role models to our youth. Providing relief to our brothers in distress and their widows and organs. Lastly, establishing balance in our membersí life in their career, family, and community service.
To live by the tenets of our fraternal order. Although all brothers stand on the level, it is essential that we understand that for every brother with a weakness there is a brother with that strength. Iron sharpens iron and together all things are possible.
Past Masters hold a special role in the lodge to include providing wise counsel to the current elected and appointed officers. Past Masters also ensure that Masonic education and lodge traditions are passed on to new members of the lodge.