Make a Difference!

A Fraternity making good men better

Welcome to lONGVIEW lODGE #263

Longview Lodge #263 has a rich history as a part of Longview, Washington. Chartered in 1924, we’ve been here since just after the town was founded. The rich, colorful history of Longview and its surrounding communities is woven deeply into the history of our lodge and its members.

Not just men... but masons

Freemasonry is more than just a group of men getting together once or twice a month to have fun. It’s more than a service organization out trying to do good things. The goal of freemasonry is to take good men and make them better: 

Better Fathers.
Better Husbands
Better Civic Leaders
Better Employers
Better Teachers

To make them better men.

What do Freemasons Do?

Come Find out!


Learn more about what it means to be a Freemason by joining us for breakfast every Thursday from 8am onwards.
Come for the food, stay for the fellowship!

Lodge meetings

Longview Masonic Lodge holds meetings on the 1st and 3rd Thursdays at 7:00pm. We welcome all brothers in good standing.

Lodge Dinner

Ladies and families are welcome to join the brothers before their meetings at 6:30pm for a delicious dinner!


Summer is coming! Check back regularly to see when and where our next Masonic Family Picnic is going to be held!

Our Elected Officers


Craig Smith

- Worshipful Master -

Roy Gawlick

- Senior Warden -

Rob Mallis

- Junior Warden -

Micheal Cunningham

- secretary -

Micheal Cunningham

- secretary -

To Be one, Ask one...

send us a message to learn more about becoming a freemason in washington

Longview Lodge


823 7th Ave.
Longview, WA 98632

Contact Us

Phone : 505 – 480 – 7043

Email :

Community involvement

We're proud to be part of cowlitz county, Washington

Students attending Lower Columbia College can apply to receive the

Longview Masonic Lodge #263 Gladys Petters Endowed Scholarship. Tap the image to learn more!
You can frequently find our brothers helping CAP build and pass out food boxes to those in need in our community. Stop by to see how you can help out and get to know our brothers better. Tap the image to learn more!
Our Bikes for Books program encourages children in elementary school to work on their reading skills. We recognize that the ability to read is one of the key factors in producing better citizens and keeping kids on track for graduating from high school. Reach out to your child's school for more information!
Learn More about Bikes for Books
We work with local high schools to award outstanding high school juniors with a scholarship to help them pursue their academic dreams. Speak with your school's administration for more information!

Masonic Lodge Meetings for District 18

Longview #263
1st & 3rd Thurs.

Dinner - 6:30pm

Kelso #94

2nd & 4th Tues.

Castle Rock #62

3rd Monday

Dinner - 6:30pm

Woodland-Kalama #17
1st Tuesday

Dinner - 6:30pm

Ilwaco #48
1st THursday

Dinner - 6:30pm

The Freemasons of District #18