Meals at Broad Ripple

soup dinner being served from kitchen window

Meals at Broad Ripple

soup dinner being served from kitchen window

Broad Ripple Lodge

goes all out to deliver high-class restaurant-quality meals!  The dinner at this event included freshly made, creamy potato soup, topped with shredded cheese, bacon, and green onions: all home-made in the Lodge kitchen by members of Broad Ripple Lodge.

Unique Meals

can always be found at our lodge. We pride ourselves on having a number of brothers who truly enjoy cooking and trying out new things. You can expect to find quite the variety of dinners presented at any given stated meeting or degree night. 

JW Zach Dedek

leads the south and the kitchen. He is always looking for guest chefs, and will provide the equipment, cooks, and anything else you need to make your meal a success.

The Knife & Fork Committee

 strive to promote a positive work environment of fun and creativity so that none of the kitchen work turns into a chore. They are always looking for new ideas, volunteers, and even guest chefs!

To check out more delicious meals by the Knife & Fork Committee, please feel free to come to one of our meetings, most Thursday nights at 6:30pm.

soup dinner being served from kitchen window


Broad Ripple Lodge #643 F&AM

WB Brian Ross

Worshipful Master Brian Ross

An excellent place to find some good and true life long friends.

WB Lee Hargitt III

Past Master WB Lee Hargitt III

I have been a member here for many years. I have made some of my best friends in life at this Lodge

WB Jacob Mann

Past Master WB Jacob Mann

Broad Ripple Lodge taught me how quickly men can become close friends, and form lifelong bonds. I feel I’ve known many of my fellow masons for a much longer time than I have actually been involved.

WB Steve Mayflower

Bro Steve Mayflower

I came to Masonry as a way to meet some new friends. But in a short time, my new Brothers and the Lodge became a very important part of my life. The men I admire the most are my Masonic Brothers.

Why I Became a Worshipful Master

Why I Became a Worshipful Master

I joined a Masonic lodge to make new friends. In this day and age it can be difficult to develop constant predictable relationships with other people. In my life it seemed like every time I made a friend they ended up moving away, I lost interest or they were just too...

Master’s Welcome to 2022

Master’s Welcome to 2022

I want to welcome you to our website. I became a member of this lodge in an effort to connect with decent people. You will find good fellowship in our lodge.  –WM Ross

2019 Fall Festival

2019 Fall Festival

Between the baked potatoes, chili, and appetizers we had options for everyone to enjoy great food and fellowship. The chili was, of course, the star of the day with a wide spread of bubbling pots!