Stated Communications are the 3rd Monday of each month at 7:00 PM. A lodge dinner, beginning promptly at 6:00 PM, precedes each Stated Communication.


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   Painting of circa 1800 Floor Cloth by Wor. Mark S. Chapman


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Message from the East

 My Brethren

Welcome to Widow's Sons' Lodge No. 60 website. Our lodge is one of the oldest Masonic lodges in Virginia; it was chartered in 1799 and it is still a strong and vital lodge with over 250 members. WSL60 masons have been serving the community for over 218 years.  Our lodge members laid the cornerstone for the University of Virginia in 1817 and we are celebrating a tribute to that event on October 6th, 2017. You are welcome to attend.

Persons interested in Masonry are cordially invited to visit us during the many Lodge and Community events in which we participate.  Contact the Lodge Secretary for our upcoming calendar of events. You can also arrange to meet with a lodge member, visit our lodge and get to know more about Masonry, first hand!

Feel free to take some time to look around our website to learn more about our lodge and Freemasonry.

If you have any difficulties viewing this site, or you find any errors or omissions in its content, please contact the webmaster.

 Sincerely and Fraternally                                                      

   Wor. Mark S. Chapman                                                       


     High Quality Prints of WSL#60 Oil Painting for Sale

   ·         All profits from print sales benefit the Masonic Home of Virginia

   ·         Prints may be used during Virginia ritual degree lectures

   ·         Prints promote Lodge Member discussion and enhance Lodge room decor

(a)        (b)       (c)      (d)  


(a)    WSL60 Floor Cloth Reproduction circa 1800

(b)   Building King Solomon’s Temple: Entered Apprentice Degree

(c)    Inside the Temple: Fellowcraft Degree

(d)     The Temple: Master Mason Degree


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