What is a Rainbow Girl in the Masonic lodge?

In 1922, Rainbow was created for young women whose fathers were members of the Masonic Lodge, and their friends. Although a Christian minister named W. Mark Sexson founded the organization, today the leaders of Rainbow Girls respect and welcome all girls from every religion.

What are Masonic laws?

1.02 Masonic Law is a rule of fraternal conduct, and applies only to the moral and fraternal rectitude of its members. It is based upon the law of Divine Revelation, therefore, any covenant, affirmation, declaration, assumption, prescription, or requirement derogatory thereto, or in conflict therewith, is void.

How many Masonic Lodges are in Florida?

Hoover presides over the Grand Lodge of Florida that is comprised of more than 282 Lodges with a membership of more than 38,000 brothers. Florida freemasonry has had such prominent members as President Andrew Jackson (1767-1845) when he was territorial governor of Florida in 1821, Senator Charles O.

When was the founding of the Grand Lodge?

24 June 1717
Officially, the Grand Lodge was founded on 24 June 1717, St. John the Baptist’s day, when four existing Lodges gathered at the Goose and Gridiron alehouse in St Paul’s churchyard, London and constituted themselves as a Grand Lodge.

What is the cross of color?

The Grand Cross of Color is the highest award given to a member or adult leader for outstanding service. Recipients of the award (Masters of the Grand Cross of Color) are expected to meet once per year for a special service.

Is Job’s Daughters part of the Masons?

Job’s Daughters International is a Masonic affiliated youth organization for girls and young women aged 10 to 20. The organization is commonly referred to as simply Job’s Daughters or Jobies, and sometimes abbreviated as JDI (or IOJD, referring to its longtime former name, International Order of Job’s Daughters).