Welcome to Fielding Masonic Lodge #192 of South Charleston, Ohio

Ohio Masonic Lodge 192

4 West Mound Street
South Charleston, Ohio 45368

2nd Thu @ 7:00 PM
Every month; except Jul, Aug
4th Thu @ 7:00 PM
Every month; except Jul, Aug

Fielding #192 Masonic Lodge Officers

Master of the Lodge: Mark R. Mills
Senior Warden:
Junior Warden: Robert D. Weber
Treasurer: Scott Johnson
Secretary: J. Ed White
Masonic Chaplain: Leonard E. Kadel
Senior Deacon: Stefan G. Endicott
Junior Deacon: Steven A. Edington
Senior Steward: Robert R. Niebel
Junior Stewart: Shaun Wagoner
Tyler: Timothy T. Brooks
Lodge Education Officer: Leonard E. Kadel


Charity:J. Ed White
Finance and Budget:E. Dean Settles
Mark R. Mills
Ohio Masonic Homehttps://ohiomasonichome.org/
Masonic Education:Leonard E. Kadel
WidowsJ. Ed White
Mark R. Mills
Degree Teams
Trustees Leonard E. Kadel
Robert R. Niebel
J. Ed White
Temple Committee: Brent E. White
James E. Dempsey


Freemasonry is the oldest, largest and most widely recognized fraternal organization in the World. Founded in London, England in 1717, its current worldwide membership totals 3.6 million members, 1.6 million of which are in North America. With 120,000 Masons and 530 local Lodges, Ohio has one of the largest Masonic memberships of any state in the country.

As a fraternal organization, Freemasonry unites men of good character who, though of different religious, ethnic, or social backgrounds, share a belief in the fatherhood of God and the brotherhood of mankind.

The traditions of Freemasonry are founded upon the building of King Solomon's Temple, and its fraternal ceremonies use the working tools of the stonemasons to symbolize moral lessons and truths. For example, Masons are reminded at Lodge to "meet upon the level of equality, act by the plumb of uprightness, and part upon the square of virtue."

Like most organizations, one will get out of Freemasonry what he is able to put into it. However, membership in Freemasonry is not meant in any way to interfere with an individual's commitment to his faith, family, or occupation. Freemasonry is not and never can be a replacement for these important institutions, but rather it is a positive environment that reminds every Mason of his duty to God, his community, his family and himself.

Freemasonry provides opportunities for sincere, honest, forthright men who believe in God and desire to contribute to the improvement of their communities and themselves. Through our Masonic Fraternalism, we reaffirm our dedication and unity to become involved citizens who have a strong desire to preserve the values that have made and continue to make America great.


The values of Freemasonry are brotherly love, relief and truth

Brotherly Love: Caring for Each Other and Our Communities

Relief: Help and Assist Those in Distress

Truth: Using Knowledge and Understanding to Improve Ourselves, Our Families and Our Communities

As Freemasons, we recognize that knowledge gained should be knowledge shared; that investing time, knowledge and experience through mentoring and coaching is one of the better ways to live our Masonic principles. In our modern, fast-moving and often isolating society, it is more important than ever that Masons endeavor to seek and share these basic truths and put them into action through a life that informs, influences and inspires others.