Concordant Bodies

What Is Concordant Bodies?

Concordant Bodies are, for Freemasons, a group of fraternal organizations that any Master Mason, in good standing, can join to gain more knowledge of their world, themselves and beyond. Freemasonry is a system of morality veiled in allegory and illustrated by symbols. As Freemasons progress through the three Degrees of their Blue Lodge, they are given the opportunity to learn and study themselves and how they can relate to the world. Ultimately gaining knowledge that can be applied to their neighborhood, family and country. The concordant organizations of Freemasonry allow the Freemason to gain more knowledge while also contributing to those that are in need. As all concordant organizations of Freemasonry sponsor or assist philanthropic endeavors.



An appendant order of Freemasonry for Mason seeking further light in freemasonry. The Scottish Rite Masons maintain Children’s Hospitals, Children’s Medical Care Clinics and 165 Childhood Language Disorder Clinics. One language center is located in Stockton California. The Scottish Rite Masons of the Stockton area also maintains the Almoner’s Warehouse, 33 W. Alpine, providing free medical equipment to anyone in need. There Is never a charge for any service or supplies provided to the public. You must be a Master Mason to join.

Lodge of Perfection

Chapter of Knights Rose Croix

Council of Knights Kadosh



York Rite of Freemasonry

Appendant orders of Freemasonry for Masons seeking further light in freemasonry. Known worldwide for the Cryptic Masons Medical research Foundation, Knights Templar Eye Foundation and scholarship funds. There is never a charge for any services or supplies provided to the public. You must be a Master Mason to join.

Royal Arch Masons

Cryptic Masons

Knight Templar


Ancient & Accepted Order of Nobel of the Mystic Shrine

One of the better known among the Mason organizations, the Shriners are famous worldwide for the Shrine Hospital. The Shrine Hospitals are a recognized authority in the treatment of burned and orthopedically impaired children. The Shiners are a social group that support the hospitals. There is never a charge for any services or supplied provided to the public . You must be a Master Mason to join.

Order of The Eastern Star

Eastern Star strives to take good people and through uplifting and elevating associations of love and service, and through precept and example, build an Order which is truly dedicated to charity, truth, and loving kindness. Concrete evidence of the charitable nature of the organization as its affects others is the millions of dollars which have been raised within the membership to support charities. This is a lady organization. Membership is open to Master Masons and female relatives of Master Masons.

Order of the Amaranth

Fraternally, the Order endeavors to develop the moral character of its members through a belief in a Supreme Being and the teachings of the lessons of Truth, Faith, Wisdom and Charity. Each member is taught to care for the welfare of her and his fellow members. Provides an opportunity to meet together with people with similar interests and fulfill the basic human need for social companionship. For all courts and their members, civic and charitable projects are a main stay for each year’s activities. The main charity is the Amaranth Diabetes Foundation. This is a lady organization. Membership is open to Master Masons and female relatives of Master Masons.

Masonic Youth Groups

Rainbow Girls

Rainbow is open to girls between the ages of 11 and 20, regardless of Race, creed, color or national origin. You do not have to be Christian to be a members. You can be assured that the values promoted by Rainbow are strong and basic to many religions.

Jobs Daughters

If you are a young lady between the ages of 10 and 20, and would like more Information on how you can join, be sure to talk to your parents. You must Be related to a Mason.

Order of DeMolay

DeMolay opens doors for young men ages 12 to 21 by developing the civic awareness, personal responsibility and leadership skills.


Only the Mason Lodges are open to membership without first being a Master Mason. Rainbow and Demolay are open to any boy or girl that Qualifies. Your questions are welcome, either at the numbers listed below or any organization described.


Morning Star Lodge #19 (209) 465-3711 Keystone Lodge #161 (209) 951-0766 Lodi Lodge #256 (209) 333-6835 Woodbridge Lodge # 131 (209) 957-9704 Valley Lodge #135 (209) 887-3671 Tyrian Lodge #439 (209) 823-4357 Mount Oso Lodge #460 (209) 835-7036 Area Order of DeMolay Stockton Chapter (209) 474-1396 Lodi Chapter (209) 477-4756 Manteca Chapter (209) 823-7214 Area of Rainbow for Girls Stockton #9 (209) 953-1595 Tracy #32 (209) 836-5229 Manteca #38 209) 239-9529 Linden #120 (209) 763-2677 Woodbridge/Lodi Cloud 7 #269 (209) 745-0952


James D. Cole 33° Sovereign Grand Commander Ill. Frank Loui, 33° Sovereign Grand Inspector General Roger A. Moore 32° Personal Representative to the S.G.I.G. John Baker, 33° Assistant to the PR/Administration Richard Garcia, 32° KCCH Almoners Warehouse Manager Greg Niskanen 32° KCCH General Secretary

Blue Lodges in the Stockton Scottish Rite Valley

Argonaut No. 8
Mailing Address: PO Box 3631 Sonora, CA 95370-3631 Lodge Building: 16 S Washington St Sonora, CA 95370-4710 (209) 532-4531


Calaveras Keystone Lodge No. 78
Mailing Address: PO BOX 1027 San Andreas, CA 95249-1027 Lodge Building: 5 W St. Charles St San Andreas, CA 95249
(209) 781-6090


Drytown Lodge No. 174
Mailing Address: 4123 Dena Way Sacramento, CA 95821-3057 Lodge Building: 9325 Main St. Plymouth, CA 95669


Escalon Lodge No. 591
Mailing Address: PO Box 387 Escalon, CA 95320-0387 Lodge Building: 1500 Viking St Escalon, CA 95320-1767
(209) 838-0325


Ione Lodge No. 80
Mailing Address: PO BOX 1124 Ione, CA 95640-1124 Lodge Building: 19 W Main St Ione, CA 95640-9125


Lodi Lodge No. 256
Mailing Address: PO Box 387 Lodi, CA 95241-0387 Lodge Building: 321 W Pine St Lodi, CA 95240-2021
(209) 368-0329


Modesto Lodge No. 206
Lodge Building: 800 Rose Ave Modesto, CA 95355-4324 (209) 524-3238


Morning Star Lodge No. 19
Mailing Address: PO BOX 956 Stockton, CA 95201-0956 Lodge Building: 340 E Market St Stockton, CA 95202-3210
(209) 482-5360


Mount Oso Lodge No. 460
Mailing Address: PO BOX 1156 Tracy, CA 95378-1156 Lodge Building: 1601 N Tracy Blvd Tracy, CA 95376-2937 (209) 834-8609


Oak Summit Lodge No. 112
Mailing Address: PO BOX 872 Knights Ferry, CA 95361-2072 Lodge Building: Main st and Ellen st Knights Ferry, CA 95361
(209) 988-8909


Patterson Lodge No. 488
Lodge Building: 600 N 6th St Patterson, CA 95363-2134
(209) 529-2269 


Smyrna Lodge No. 532
Lodge Building: 2904 3rd St Ceres, CA 95307-3221
(209) 538-1575


Turlock Lodge No. 236
Mailing Address: PO BOX 3424 Turlock, CA 95381-3423 Lodge Building: 108 South Thor Street Turlock, CA 95380
(209) 634-3790


Tyrian Lodge No. 439
Mailing Address: PO BOX 50 Manteca, CA 95336-1120 Lodge Building: 212 N Powers Ave Manteca, CA 95336-4837

(209) 239-4593


Valley Lodge No. 135
Mailing Address: PO BOX 443 Linden, CA 95236-0443 Lodge Building: 4971 N. Mill Road Linden, CA 95236
(209) 369-3786 x818


Volcano Consolidated Lodge No.56 Mailing Address: PO BOX 1088 Pine Grove, CA 95665-1088 Lodge Building: 16180 Charleston-Volcano Volcano, CA 95689 (209) 296-7782


Woodbridge Lodge No. 131
Mailing Address: PO BOX 453 Woodbridge, CA 95258-0453 Lodge Building: 1040 E Augusta St Woodbridge, CA 95258-9294
(209) 339-0116


Yosemite Lodge No. 99
Lodge Building: 1810 M St Merced, CA 95340-4714
(209) 722-7966