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    Feel free to send us an email if you wish to contact the Lodge, or would like more information concerning the Lodge’s activities.

    615.459.4576

    101 Mary Law Drive
    Smyrna, TN  37167

    Sam Davis Lodge #661 F. &A. M.
    P. O. Box 364
    Smyrna, TN 37167

    Sam Davis Lodge #661 is a Lodge of Free and Accepted Masons operating within the jurisdiction of the Grand Lodge of Tennessee. The intent of this web site is to serve as an expanded method of communication, for both Lodge members and members of the general public who may be interested in Freemasonry.

    Got Questions?

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      What's the point of Freemasonry?

      Simply put, to make good men better. But the longer version is up to the brothers within. Each lodge is different, but we strive to make this world a better place through our efforts in the community, outreach,  and brotherly love.

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      How do I become a Mason?

      Find your local lodge (or wherever you wish to join) and visit the brothers there. Once there you can petition to receive the three degrees.

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      Are you a secret society?

      No. We are a society with secrets. But rest assured, it is NOT nefarious, as the internet would have you believe.

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      What can I gain from Freemasonry?

      If financial, connections, status, or any gain of the like are your forethought then Masonry is not for you. However if you are looking to become a more involved, active, caring, and generally better man — you may gain much from Masonry. Like so much in life, you get out what you put in.

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      Do Freemasons only help Freemasons?

      No. From the beginning Freemasonry has given support not only for widows and
      orphans of Freemasons but also for many other organizations within and around the community. Local food pantries, Churches, Homeless, Youth organizations, and many more.

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      What if I still have questions?

      Either ask a brother you know to be a Freemason, Visiting your local lodge, or feel free to contact us at your leisure.