Greetings and Welcome
Paul Revere Lodge is located in Westminster, Colorado. We meet on the 1st and 3rd Wednesdays of each month at 7:00 p.m. and dinner at 6:00 p.m.
Paul Revere No. 130 was formed from the gradual consolidation of five different lodges; Arapahoe No. 130, Arvada No. 130 & 141, Paul Revere No. 162, and Westminster No. 176. We proudly practice Masonry with a unique lodge identity, while celebrating the history of our heritage lodges. We hope that you find this website informative and enjoyable. If you have any questions or requests, please visit our contact page and drop us a line. We'd love to hear from you.
Freemasonry in Action!
Are you a Brother Mason, or the widow or orphan of a Freemason, who could use a little help with getting something done? Do you have a project around the house that you can't seem to tackle? Perhaps a family event that deserves some additional cheering on?
The Brothers Helping Brothers Committee is here to help, if we can. Just let us know some details about what it is you need, and we will work with you to assess the situation and, if possible, work to coordinate with brothers to come lend a hand to help you accomplish your goals.
There is no charge for this fraternal service intended for our Masonic brothers and their families. If you have something in mind but aren't sure how we could help, just reach out and we can talk through it with you to come up with some ideas.
MWB Paul Revere's Story
Silversmith - Industrialist - Mason
Born January 1, 1735, in Boston, Massachusetts, to Deborah and Apollos Revere. Deborah came from a local artisan family. Apollos immigrated from France and owned a gold and silversmithing shop. Paul started to learn his fathers trade and became a master craftsman in the forty years of his profession. Paul Revere fathered sixteen children and was married twice. Paul Revere was a jack of all trades, producing illustrations for books, magazines, and business cards, and even practiced as a dentist. He became involved with political affairs leading up to the revolutionary war by riding as a courier gathering intelligence on the movements of the British.
On April 18, 1775, Paul Revere received instructions and rode by horseback to Lexington to warn John Hancock and Samuel Adams of approaching British soldiers which became his famous "Midnight Ride."
Paul Revere was an active Freemason in Boston for many years, and held many offices in two different lodges. He belonged to St. Andrews Lodge, and was a founding member of Rising States Lodge. He served as Worshipful Master nine times between both lodges, and he also served for three years as the Grand Master of the Massachusetts Grand Lodge. For more information on his biography.