2024 Lodge Officers

Each Lodge officer is elected each year to run and govern the lodge.

Worshipful Master

In ancient times, the word “Worshipful” meant “Respected”. Because one Master Mason was elected by the members to lead them, he was given the title Worshipful Master indicating that he was a respected Master Mason. … The Worshipful Master serves as the chief officer of the Lodge, and presides over all its meetings.

Senior Warden

In Freemasonry, the Senior Warden is the second Officer in the Masonic Blue Lodge. … The Major responsibility of the Senior Warden is to assist the Worshipful Master to open and close the Lodge. The Senior Warden oversees the Lodge if the Worshipful Master is not present.

Junior Warden

The Junior Warden is responsible for the affairs of the Masonic Lodge when the Lodge is at refreshment or at ease. The Junior Warden has to arrange meals for the Lodge. He has two stewards that are his assistants. The Junior Warden ensures that refreshments are in moderation and there is no excess


The Treasurer of a Masonic Lodge is the Chief Financial Officer of the Lodge.

The Treasurer is responsible for all financial transactions. He receives all money, pays all debts on behalf of the Lodge.


The Secretary is the backbone of any Masonic Lodge and he holds a position of great responsibility. His duties require him to handle all correspondence to the members, minutes of Lodge meetings, petitions of new candidates, continuous lodge member count, and many other administrative duties. He communicates with other Lodges and the Grand Lodge, types letters, retrieves the mail as well as handles many other details.

Senior Deacon

The Senior Deacon of a Masonic Lodge is an assistant officer of the Lodge. The Senior Deacon’s principle roles are to welcome and escort both visitors and candidates into the lodge and introduce distinguished visitors

Junior Deacon

The Junior Deacon’s principle roles are to assist the Senior Warden by carrying messages from the Senior Warden in the West to the Junior Warden in the South and to guard the inner door of the Lodge

Senior Steward

The Senior Steward of a Masonic Lodge is an appointed officer of the Lodge. The Senior Steward is tasked to understudy the Junior Deacon’s position and fill in for the Junior Deacon when absent.

Junior Steward

The Junior Steward is tasked to understudy the Senior Steward position and fill in for the Senior Steward in his absence. Their principle role is to assist the Senior Steward and the Senior Deacon in the preparation of the Candidates


The Marshal of a Masonic Lodge is an appointed officer of the Lodge. The Marshal is in some jurisdictions the “Director of Ceremonies”. The Marshal’s duties and principle role is the organization of processions and ensuring the correct precedence and etiquette in formal proceedings.


Masonic lodges may meet in rooms in taverns and other public meeting places, and all Lodges appoint a Tyler to guard the door from the outside against ineligible masons or malicious or curious people, to check the eligibility of latecomers, and to ensure that candidates for ceremonies in the Lodge are properly prepared

Mosaic Flooring Fund

Often in artwork with Masonic symbols in it, there is a white and black checkered floor. This is often referred to as a the Mosaic floor or the Mosaic pavement. The explanation Freemasons use is that the black and white floor of King Solomon’s Temple is representive of the good and evil in every man’s life.

Chandler Lodge is trying to raise the funds to update the Lodge floor with a Mosaic pavement and would love for your assistance!

Introducing the Chandler Thunderbird Challenge Coin

Serialized and limited to 500 

Don’t miss your chance to get a Chandler Thunderbird15 challenge coin if there is a limited number of coins available and are on sale now!

The front of the coin is emblazoned with the Chandler Thunderbird 15 logo, consisting of the Thunderbird created with the square & compass while on the back, you will find the working tools of the craft. 

These are available for shipping or pick-up at the lodge.

Each coin is $20 (4% PayPal fee for online orders).  Shipping is available for $5

All proceeds go towards the new Mosaic floor for the lodge!