Hialeah-Opa-Locka Lodge No. 391 is located near the south-side of Hialeah, Florida and stands as one of the oldest Masonic lodges in Miami-Dade County.
The lodge itself was built in 1954 thanks to the efforts of one of Hialeah's early pioneers and Freemason,
Brother Henry A. Milander (1899-1974).
WHAT WE'RE ABOUT
Brotherhood is one of the pillars of Freemasonry and one we hold most dear at Hialeah-Opa-Locka Lodge No. 391. Freemasonry opens the doors to a lifetime of meaningful friendships and allows Brothers to engage in the kind of fellowship that can forge lifetime bonds. Whether it is the business of the lodge or a personal matter, each an every Brother is always at the ready to help one another.
Freemasonry is a system of morality veiled in allegory and symbols. This system of morality is a code every Mason lives by. Our motto is to make good men better, and a strict and diligent adherence to this is paramount.
At Hialeah- Opa-Locka Lodge No. 391, Brotherly love is paramount. As the oldest fraternity in the world, we hold true to the values that have kept our Brotherhood thriving and strong through the centuries. A strong bond defined by a deep sense of respect for one another is part of what makes Freemasonry so appealing and so satisfying for those who are fortunate and blessed to call themselves Masons.