When the Grand Lodge changed its place of meeting to Independence Hall at the beginning of the nineteenth century, Concordia Lodge, No 67 met there also. Concordia Lodge, No 67 continued to meet in the same building as the Grand Lodge for more than 1-3/4 centuries.
|Replica of the the above apron used during Concordia Lodge’s 200th Anniversary Year, 1995||Original printing block used in Concordia Lodge’s early history||One of the original aprons made with the printing block|
In 1974, the Members decided that a suburban place of meeting would be more convenient for most of them. At that time the place of meeting was changed to the Jenkintown Masonic Temple, 443 Old York Road, Jenkintown, PA. where the Lodge continues to meet.
In addition to carrying on the traditional Work of the Lodge, Concordia Lodge strives to conduct many activities that involve the families of the Members. These events include banquets, theater parties, dances, Holiday parties, sight-seeing and historical tours and other recreational activities.
Concordia Lodge No. 67 is a Sponsor of Friendship – Bray Order of De Molay and also a sponsor of Martha B. Mathers Assembly of The Rainbow Girls.