Saturday, April 14, 2007

Church shoves Freemasonry aside; plans 'God and Country' celebration

Built in the 1800s, the historic Wilsonville (Alabama) Masonic Lodge
No. 510 was literally shoved out of the way Thursday by Wilsonville Baptist Church to make way for an expansion of the church, the Montgomery Advertiser reports.

Movers braced the old building with beams before raising it from its foundation. Moving the lodge 600 feet took about 30 minutes.

Wilsonville Baptist Church will hold a "God and Country Celebration" in June.

Image: Wilsonville Baptist Church

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1 comment:

  1. Well, now I guess they can say that Wilsonville Lodge has been Raised, and moved to another location for more decent interment.

    But was the Lodge ever passed?


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