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Furniture in the Lodge


Every Lodge will have certain objects within a lodge, these objects range from objects used by officers to pieces of typical furniture.

Members of a Masonic Lodge


Each lodge is composed of at least ten officers, including the three principle officers. But the lodge also has other members during a meeting. These members, other than the officers, are either Entered Apprentices, Fellowcrafts, Master Masons, and Past Masters.

The principle officers of a lodge are the Worshipful Master, Senior Warden and Junior Warden. In addition to these officers there are seven more officers in every lodge. These other officers are the Secretary, Treasurer, Senior and Junior Deacons, Senior and Junior Stewards, and Tyler. In addition to the ten officers present in every lodge, many lodges also have a Chaplain and Marshal.