Upcoming events 


NOTE: Whatcom Lodge has moved from the Maplewood Masonic Center to the Bellingham Scottish Rite Hall at 1101 NORTH STATE STREET.

District 10

Brother’s Lunch

On the third Tuesday of each month, Masonic brother’s from District 10 meet for an informal lunch at The Rusty Wagon at noon.

6937 Hannegan Rd, Lynden, WA .




First Thurs each Month

Special Communication



Dinner at 5:30 pm

Meeting at 6:30 pm

at the Scottish Rite Hall

1101 N. State Street 

Bellingham, WA


Third Thursday each Month

Stated Communication

Dinner at 5:30 pm

Meeting at 6:30 pm

at the Scottish Rite Hall

1101 N. State Street

Bellingham, WA

Lodge officers

Craig Bruner

Worshipful Master

Freemasonry has had a profound impact on world history and the history of our great nation. It provides opportunities for sincere, honest, forthright men who believe in God and who desire to contribute to the improvement of their communities and themselves. A system of morality, veiled in allegory and illustrated by symbols, Freemasonry takes good men and make them better.

Ancient traditions in Freemasonry have proven the test of time. By exercising civility and tolerance for differing religious and political views, it allows men of many different belief structures to effectively work together in harmony.

Masons call each other brothers because they believe they are all equal and work to make good men better.  Through our Masonic Fraternalism we reaffirm our dedication and unity and become involved citizens who have a strong desire to make the world a better place to live.

We meet on the first and third Thursday of each month. Tiled Lodge at 6:30

If interested in Freemasonry we extend a heartfelt invitation to you to contact us via the contact tab here on our website.


Craig Bruner

Worshipful Master, Whatcom Lodge #151

Terrell Goertz

senior warden


Monte Thompson

Junior Warden


John F Browne




Ted Schuman


Ken Peck

Senior Decon


Jeff Roskelly

Junior Decon 


William Kappele

senior steward

Bruce Smith

Junior Steward

Frank Meyers


Jerry Hill


Claude Weedon


Barry Podwin


Whatcom Lodge #151 has moved from the maplewood masonic center to the bellingham scottish rite hall 1101 North State St.


Lodge Awards

Whatcom #151 Grand Lodge Officers

Whatcom #151’s new home