Memorial Day Parade & Open House

Dear Brothers and Friends,

This upcoming Memorial Day, we have been given the privilege again to join the Town of Fairfield’s Memorial Day Parade. Not only that, we will be hosting an Open House for any people who are curious about the history of Freemasonry.

The parade is open to any brothers who would like to participate and march. The more brothers the better! We will gather at our lodge (131 Beach Rd, Fairfield, CT) between 8:30AM – 9:00AM (breakfast will be provided). From there, we will be heading to the location of the starting point of the parade.

Also, during the parade, we will be hosting an open house for any masons and non-masons who would like to visit our lodge and learn more about its history. This event is open for all family and friends! Lunch will be provided.

See you all there!

Fidelity-St. John’s # 3

3rd Annual Habitat for Humanity Work Party

What started out as just a Master’s Project three years ago for W.B. James Wade D’Acosta, Habitat for Humanity became an annual charity event for the brothers at Fidelity-St. John’s Lodge # 3. This past May 6th, 2017 being the 3rd annual event.

The day started with clouds with a chance of rain. However, not a single drop fell from the sky as the Great Architect provided a beautiful day for the brothers to use the working tools to help the families in need of a new home. Throughout the day, the brothers from lodges throughout District 1B joined the brothers of Fidelity-St. John’s # 3 install insulations in a two-story duplex in the east side of Bridgeport, CT. Much of Habitat for Humanity’s work this year is concentrated within this neighborhood. The organization plans to build three duplexes which will be ready to house six families by the end of the year.

For any brothers with their own lodges would like to help, Habitat for Humanity are always in search for extra manpower to fulfill their goals and to help families in need. If any would like to volunteer or donate, please visit the Habitat for Humanity of Coastal Fairfield County website at


Group photo:
Front row left to right: W.B. Greg Schroder, W.B. James Wade D’Acosta, and Kevin Demaine
Back row left to right: Felix (future home owner), W.B. Dave Klein, Diego Aguillon, Andy Folkman, Fritzner Erauda, W.B. Casen Doherty, Jason Klein, Don Demaine, John Chrysadakis, and Andrew Flasko