The Masons of King David’s Lodge are inspired by the courage & wisdom of George Washington, Benjamin Franklin and many other Freemasons who lived in the Age of Enlightenment
and led our nation to independence from tyranny.

We share common values with these visionary leaders of the American Revolution,
along with the inspiring Brothers who founded San Luis Obispo, including Governor Romualdo Pacheco,
Judge Walter Murray, sea captain James Cass, rancher Robert E. Jack and Mayor Louis Felix Sinsheimer --
values based on the Fatherhood of God and the Brotherhood of Man.
Do you share our values? To become a Mason, a man starts by simply asking & getting to know us. We're a friendly, welcoming group!
(There are a few other requirements — see “How to Become a Mason,” this website.)

There are also opportunities for women & young people to join our Masonic family -
call (805) 234-1731 to find out how!

See our facebook page at this link for photos and lots more info!

QUESTIONS about Freemasonry? ASK a Mason! Call (805) 234-1731 or simply click below to send an email NOW to a Past Master of our Lodge, ROBERT BETTENCOURT, who is also available to speak to your group about the local history of Freemasonry - CLICK HERE to email


 MISSION: KING DAVID’S LODGE EXISTS TO REFINE GOOD MEN, making them into even better men, by a unique experience of initiation into the mysteries of Freemasonry -- in much the same manner that George Washington, Benjamin Franklin, and a host of other inspiring leaders have been enlightened.

VISION: King David’s continues to stand as it has for over a century: a venerable lighthouse illuminating the Door of Freemasonry for people of goodwill within San Luis Obispo – people who may choose to become one of us,
once they see that the door is close at hand.

We will continue to be inspired by the Wisdom of our ancient brethren who were among the luminaries of American independence, and we will be inspired as well by the brethren of our own Lodge since its founding in 1870. We will honor their memory by exemplary ritual in our ceremonies, by being attentive to the widows of our departed brethren, and by promoting an increase in our youth orders.

We will rejuvenate the Strength of fellowship through discussion groups and sharing in a relaxed atmosphere, which will become commonplace this year so that harmonious fellowship is enhanced – harmony being the strength and support of all societies, especially of ours.

We will display the Beauty of Freemasonry to everyone in our local community, by practicing philanthropy focused on the most vulnerable among us. While recognition is never our primary goal, we will seek every opportunity to make it known that Masons are active in San Luis Obispo, so that our light is seen as emanating from a refuge for those who share our values – values based on the Fatherhood of God and the Brotherhood of Man.!shapeimage_2_link_0shapeimage_2_link_1