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Stony Creek No. 5 F. & A. M.
318 Walnut Street
P.O. Box 80003
Rochester, MI 48307
(248) 651-7181
Taking Good Men and Making Them Better
Since its' dispensation was
issued on
January 9th, 1828,
Stony Creek Lodge No. 5 has
upheld a legacy rich in history
and ancient traditions -
upholding three values that  
are the heart and soul of all
Brotherly Love, Relief,
Stony Creek  No. 5 - the oldest continuously
operating Lodge in Michigan -
meets on the
1st Tuesday of every month at 7:30pm (except
in July and August when the Lodge is dark)
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Stony Creek No. 5 is a proud supporter of the
Shriners Hospitals for Children.  
If you would like to make a
donation to Stony Creek,  
click on "Donate" and  
thank you for your support.
For those individuals or families in need in the Rochester, MI vicinity or if you would like to
volunteer your time or donate to assist those in our area, please go to the
Community Resources
tab for more information.  All help is greatly appreciated.
A Man who becomes a
Michigan Mason
can expect to
find the opportunity to learn
and to lead; to be inspired and
entertained; to be challenged
and respected; to be involved  
with his family, his Brothers  
and his community; and be a
proud member of an
organization committed to
making a difference.
To see some of the history of
Stony Creek No. 5, simply click
on the
Historical Information tab
found in the menu bar.
On October 17th, Lodges across Michigan
held an open house to allow the public to
come in and see what Masonry is all about.

Stony Creek had the Grand Master Of
Michigan, Richard D. Wisley, PM stop by.