Weiser Lodge #23  AF&AM of Idaho

Every Thursday night (except the week of the stated communication) Weiser Lodge holds an education and practice get-together @ 6:30 PM which normally lasts about two hours. Brothers may stay as little or as long as they like.  The topics are varied and geared to the needs of the Brothers.  We welcome Entered Apprentice, Fellow Craft and Master Masons to join us.   If you have a degree coming up or are rusty on your floor work or haven't been to lodge for some time, this gathering of Brothers is for you.  

Weiser Lodge #23 stated communication is held on the first Tuesday of each month @ 7:00 PM.  With dinner before the meeting @ 6:00 PM.  There is always coffee, water and good conversation to be had. The entrance to the lodge is at the far corner of the building mid-block on State st.

  Lodge Officers 2015

Worshipful Master    Greg Miller

Senior Warden           Vern Haley

Junior Warden             Eddie Dohrmann

Treasurer                     Dave Thomas

Secretary                      John Blake

Senior Deacon             Ray McGoldrick

 Junior Deacon              Levi Knott

Marshal                          Jerry Joslin

​Senior Steward             Darwin Adams

Junior Steward              Taro Stahl

Chaplin                           Paul Gatley

​Tyler                                Michael Thomas


                                                         Brotherly Love            Relief            Truth

Weiser lodge was formed in 1888 as the twenty-third Masonic lodge in the state of Idaho under a charter granted by the Grand Lodge of Idaho.  The original lodge building was located east of downtown and burned in a fire in the 1800s.  The lodge was relocated to its current building which was constructed in 1900.  Weiser lodge enjoys a central location in downtown  Weiser with easy access and ample parking.  Entrance to the lodge is at the far corner of the building mid-way down the block.  The Lodge room being located on the 2nd floor, as most lodge rooms were constructed in that era, is easily accessed by stairway and is equipped with a lift chair for our Brothers who experience difficulty negotiating stairs.  Weiser lodge is rich in Masonic history with 8' double doors leading into the lodge room furnished with original carved wood and leather officer's chairs and benches giving one a feeling of true connection to those who came before us.  The Brothers of Weiser lodge are proud of their lodge and of the Masonic Fraternity of Brothers they belong to and of the work they do in the community.  We welcome sojourners and visitors to join us at our meetings and activities.