Welcome to the Maine Masonic College

MMC LogoThe Maine Masonic College is an initiative of the Grand Lodge of Masons in Maine - the fraternity of Freemasons. Our goal is to create educational opportunities for members in our jurisdiction and for friends and neighbors in the communities where we live and work.

Our next courses (both 2/28 - different locations):

February 28, 2015- Bonds of Fellowship and Spirit
 This course is designed to discuss the relational aspects at the core of Freemasonry and how those bonds can be honored and celebrated.
Instructor- RW Mark Rustin
Location: Oxford Lodge, Norway 9:00am until Noon
Lunch will be served ($5.00)

February 28, 2015 – Critical Thinking/Logical Systems
Recommended for mentors. Open to the public. Clear thinking is desperately needed in every aspect of today's world. This course looks at critical thinking and how this skill set should be incorporated into our daily work life. The topic is explored in detail using short class exercises and discussions to dig into the operational side of thinking critically. The class challenges participants to exercise judgments and to abandon patterns of faulty reasoning in favor of asking a few more question in the elusive search for truth.     

            Sam McKeeman is a regular and greatly valued faculty member for the Maine Masonic College. He is presently Program Manager for the Maine Bureau of Human Services. He previously was Director of Organization Development and Training at the Maine Department of Transportation. In his lifetime of teaching and as chief planner for the Justice System in Pennsylvania and in New South Wales, Sam has become an engaging expert in making courses in ethics, critical thinking and organizational leadership vital and close-to-home experiences. You will find Sam McKeeman a wise, witty and widely informed instructor who listens as well as he teaches.
Instructor-Sam McKeeman
Bethlehem Lodge, Augusta 9:00am-2:00pm
Lunch will be served ($5.00)

Further Upcoming Courses
& Programs

See our listing of the next several courses we'll be offering by clicking HERE.
Please note that in some cases, two courses may be offered in different locations on the same day.

Special Shorter Programs: The Maine Masonic College also provides shorter programs of high interest and use to the Craft. These presentation are especially well suited for lodge and district settings. Topics include The Amazing Fellowcraft Degree, Harmony of the Seasons, Cosmology and Our Ritual, The Letter G, Masonry and the American Revolution.  Contact R. W. Donald McDougal, Chairman of this service to the Craft.
His phone number is 938-2290, and his email address is mcdoug@tdstelme.net.

The Maine Masonic College is governed by a Board of Regents which operates under the authority of The Grand Lodge of Maine, AF & AM, an institution chartered by the Maine State Legislature.

Policy on Notification
Please Note: The Maine Masonic College does not require participants to register in order to attend its programs and classes. However, if you wish to partake of meals or if you wish to be notified of any postponement or changes in times and/or locations, you should register with the College's secretary, Theresa Hatch at the Grand Lodge of Maine: 843-1086.

The College Briefly...

Our name inspires us to a 'higher educational calling'. We are not a bricks and mortar school but a 'Temple of Knowledge', offering learning opportunities in various modalities.

We believe that Freemasonry is relevant in society today, helping to create a continuum of knowledge for those who are interested in personal enrichment.

Masonic ritual exhorts us to broaden our knowledge of the seven liberal arts and sciences. Thus, our programs include topics of interest to anyone with an inquisitive mind: ethics, astronomy, logic, public speaking and more. We have molded the Maine Masonic College on the best features of not only traditional and modern Masonic-oriented education but also 'senior college' and lifelong learning endeavors.

At the Maine Masonic College, we encourage your input, your recommendations, and - most of all - your INVOLVEMENT!

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