Amity Masonic Lodge #6
361 Main St.
Rockport, ME 04856
Phone: 207-236-4619

Amity Lodge #6 has been an integral part of Camden since several prominent business men and entrepreneurs met in 1799 and drafted a request to establish a Masonic Lodge in a centrally located area of the mid-coast. As Maine had yet to become a recognized state at this time, on March 10, 1801 a charter was granted to hold meetings from the Grand Lodge of Massachusetts. Elected, as first Master of the Lodge was General George Ulmer a very important figure locally and nationally. Gen. Ulmer served the area in many capacities including as General of the militia, served at Valley Forge and in the War of 1812, as well as being sheriff of the local county.

Amity Lodge has been comprised of many of Camden’s prominent business leaders throughout the ages. From General Ulmer, to Hezekiah Prince, Erastus Foote, Frederick Conway, Moses Dakin, Micah Hobbs, Jesse Hobbs, Leander Kenniston, Rotheus Paine, Isaac Coombs, George Hodgman, Ruel Robinson, John Tewksbury, Holly Bean and Senator Albert Hoffses to name a few.

Amity Lodge is a member of the Grand Lodge of Maine located in Portland. Freemasonry is the world's oldest and largest fraternity. For three centuries, it has beckoned men of good character to its ranks. It has no regard for differences in race, color, creed or station in life. Using traditions and implements of antiquity, it seeks to inspire its members to live by the tenets of Brotherly Love, Relief and Truth. Masons provide several million dollars per day to different charities such as Dyslexic Learning centers, eye foundations and Shrine Burn Hospitals.

For more information please contact lodge secretary, Jeff Sukeforth at 236-3950 or email him at: and visit the website at:
Final Lawn Concert @ Rockport Masonic Center Wednesday

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