Two other masonic organizations are an important part of the Broken Arrow Lodge:
Eastern Star - an adult organization for both men and women.
Rainbow Girls - an organization for young ladies.
Please check the calendar on the home page for dates and times for the meetings for these organizations. You can also obtain more information on these organizations by calling the Lodge Secretary at 918.251.9282.
Additionally, there are other Masonic organizations that you may wish to join after becoming a Mason. Click here for a list of these organizations.
Broken Arrow Lodge #243 AF&AM is organized under a Charter granted by the Grand Lodge of the State of Oklahoma. The Lodge was originally organized under the Grand Lodge of the Indian Territory in 1904 and was Lodge #141. In 1907, when the State of Oklahoma was formed, the Grand Lodge of Oklahoma and the Grand Lodge of the Indian Territory merged and the Broken Arrow Lodge number was changed to #243.
Historically, many of the earliest lodges in Oklahoma were formed by Native Americans. Broken Arrow Lodge is proud of the involvement of the Native American tribes in Freemasonry and has many members who are of Native American decent.
The Broken Arrow lodge has been located on the same square block in downtown Broken Arrow since its inception. It currently owns the building at 117 W. Commercial St. Broken Arrow, OK located in the Historical Rose District. A short lodge history is shown here, Digitized Oklahoma Grand Lodge Proceedings from as early as 1874 can be found here in the Archives of the George Washington Masonic Memorial.
The Lodge is governed by a slate of officers, some elected and some appointed. Those officers are shown below.
Broken Arrow Masonic Lodge #243 AF&AM
117 W. Commercial St, Broken Arrow, OK 74012
918.251.9282 secretary "@" ba-mason.org