Behold, how good and how pleasant it is for brethren to dwell together in unity!

WELCOME TO Maceo Boston Jr. Lodge #145

We, the men of Maceo Boston Jr. Lodge No. 145, a constituent lodge of the Most Worshipful Prince Hall Grand Lodge of Maryland and its Jurisdictions Inc., welcome you to our website. We are a fraternal organization practicing freemasonry in Columbia, Maryland. Our belief in the brotherhood of men under the fatherhood of God is the cornerstone of what we stand for. We are looking for and accept all good men that are willing to become better men regardless of race, color, creed, or religion. To become a mason, you must first ask a mason. It is our hope that your visit to our site will be insightful and give you an appreciation for what we do for our community and for all those that need a helping hand in life. If you have any questions about what we do or who we are, please feel free to contact us.

Who We Are

We are a charitable organization of men practicing freemasonry in Howard County, Maryland.

What We Do

We support our community by providing many forms of charitable assistance to the less fortunate.

Our Mission

To dedicate ourselves to the principle tenets of Brotherly Love, Relief and Truth through our words and deeds.

News and Events

Bull Roast & Fish Fry

Maceo Boston Jr. Lodge No. 145 is pleased to present its Annual Bull Roast & Fish Fry Fundraiser. This will be a cabaret-style BYOB affair. Please check back later for more details.

Testimonials

I enjoyed myself immensely at the 2nd Annual Crab Feast. Crabs, comedy, door prizes, everything was great. The men of Maceo Boston know how to throw a nice event!
– Michelle B.
The 25th Anniversary was a very classy event. Very nice!
– Leslie C.
We really enjoyed ourselves at the Crabs and Comedy Father’s Day event. This was our first time ever being entertained by comedians at a Crab Feast. What an experience! When is the next one?
– S. Oliver
Your 25th Anniversary Banquet was an outstanding event! The men of Maceo Boston have again raised the bar for others to emulate. Well done!
– A. Wilson