About Us

Daniel Webster Lodge:

The youngest of the eight Lodges in the 18th Masonic District, and previously the Plymouth 27th Masonic District, was constituted on June 9, 1964.

Before the present Lodge building was erected by the hands of the workmen from Daniel Webster Lodge, the meetings took place in the Congregational Church Hall in Marshfield center.

The present Lodge at Marshfield Masonic Center is located on Furnace Street between Route 3A and Route 139.

We meet on the second Monday of each month with the exception of July and August. Rehearsals are on the first Monday and the Sunday prior to the meeting.
Fellowship period begins at 5:30 PM with Lodge opening at 6:15 PM with dinner served at 7:00 PM depending on the work of the evening.

Check the current communication for work of the evening and dinner menu.We welcome all visitors and the Lodge is handicap accessible with ample parking in the rear of the building.
We are a very active Lodge participating many annual events, such as:

  • The Marshfield Memorial Day Parade.
  • April and August blood drives.
  • Marshfield Fair food booth, a.k.a the Square and Compasses Café, which helps to maintain our annual scholarship fund.

We also collect food for the Marshfield Food Pantry, usually making our donation for the Christmas Season.

History of Daniel Webster

Daniel Webster’s Bio

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