Our Mission

The primary mission of the Simi Valley Masonic Lodge is to make good men better. 

In this effort the lodge is dedicated to the education of our brothers in leadership, the values of Masonry, and overall personal development.  Additionally, it is our goal to create a sense of community within the lodge for our families, provide a learning and social environment for our youth groups, be of service to the community, and provide each man with the guidance in his Masonic journey so that he may become an example of Masonic values, demonstrated by how he lives his life and interacts with others.

About Us

With more than 50,000 members statewide, our fraternity represents the entire spectrum of Californians. Admission to our lodge is open to men of good character and faith, regardless of their race, color, religious beliefs, political views, sexual orientation, physical ability, citizenship or national origin.

Through this universal brotherhood, Masons learn to be better husbands, better fathers, better brothers, and better citizens. By appreciating our differences, we learn to focus on what unites mankind. Thus, the discussion of religion, politics, and business is not permitted in our lodges. In this way we live up to the centuries-old aim of our fraternity – to unite men of every country, sect, and opinion and cause true friendship among those who otherwise would have remained at a distance.

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DAVID RUNKLEWorshipful Master
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We are committed to engaging and retaining members and their families through an enhanced, sustaining, and relevant membership experience. Fellowship, family, and lifelong learning are important to us.

Wise people learn when they can; fools learn when they must.

Brother Arthur Wellesley

Freemasonry is not about how good of a man you are, it’s about how good of a man you want to be.

Brother Robert Herd

You can’t get very far until you start doing something for somebody else.

Brother Melvin Jones

The practical object of Masonry is the physical and moral amelioration and the intellectual and spiritual improvement of individuals and society.