Michael Jarzabek

Michael Jarzabek - Eminent Speaker - Emeritus Speakers Page


Brother Michael Jarzabek, an esteemed figure from Massachusetts, brings a diverse wealth of knowledge and a passion for connections within Freemasonry. His multifaceted expertise and dedication to the craft have made him a respected lecturer and contributor within the fraternity.

As an electrician by trade, Michael’s inclination toward making connections extends beyond his profession. His presentations and writings cover a wide array of topics, including intriguing subjects like “Be the Rebellion: Star Wars and Freemasonry,” “James Naismith: Virtue in Motion,” “My Calendar Doesn’t Have Any Sevens,” and “The Mason with a Thousand Faces.” Regardless of the topic, his central theme emphasizes choosing the path of virtue and progress while encouraging others to do the same. His work has been featured in numerous publications, and he’s taken on editorial roles for the Fraternal Review magazine.

In recent years, Michael has delved into Greek philosophy and religion in the Orphic tradition, dedicating substantial time and energy to its practice. He’s expanded his influence through various YouTube channels, including “Being Human Kind” and the relaunch of “Masonic Curators.” Additionally, he manages a website, “For the Curious Mind,” showcasing his work and that of others.

Within Freemasonry, Michael’s contributions are extensive. He serves as a Past Master of Brigham Lodge in Ludlow and holds memberships in lodges such as Ezekiel Bates Lodge, The Meadows Lodge, and The Massachusetts Lodge of Research, where he currently holds the esteemed position of Master. His leadership roles within the Grand Lodge of Masons in Massachusetts, including Past Junior Grand Warden, and his current position as Co-Chairman of the Lodges of Instruction, highlight his commitment to the fraternity’s advancement.

Beyond his Masonic pursuits, Michael cherishes his life in Ludlow, Massachusetts, where he resides with his beloved wife, Beth, and their beautiful daughter, Amelia. Professionally, he contributes as a Deputy Project Manager for a government contracting firm, reflecting his proficiency in multiple domains.