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"Freemasonry is for those people who which to improve themselves spiritually, mentally and physically, as a parent and a friend, as a member of the community and ultimately as a servant of God."

Why join a Masonic Lodge?

Freemasonry is for people who wish to improve themselves spiritually, mentally and physically, as a parent and a friend, as a member of their community and ultimately as a servant of God.

Through participation in a Masonic Temple, you are given a opportunity to learn the more important truths of morality, your relationship with God and your fellow man - and at the same time learning the perspective of others in an atmosphere of tolerance and mutual support. Whether you are Christian, Muslim, or Jewish; black or white; male or female; rich or poor; all who gather within the doors of the Temple are met on the Level as equals.

The fraternity has little or no material benefit. Yet behind the doors of Freemasonry is something greater than what money can buy: The chance to forge the strongest bonds of friendship that last a lifetime for the benefit of Humanity.

How to Join

To become a Freemason, merely to knock on the door of the Temple by asking for membership in the Order. Why must you ask? Because you have to join on your own free will and accord. No one from a lodge can legally ask you to join. It has to be your own desire, decision and action.

Aside from asking for a petition, you will also have to fulfill the following requirements:

- You have to be a man or woman of lawful age (21 years old)
- You must profess a belief in a Supreme Being and Afterlife.
- You must be willing to attend all regular Lodge meetings; emergencies accepted.

You may request a petition by going to our: Information Request section and from there; someone from the Order will contact you via your preference to answer any questions you may have.



How does Freemasonry help one grow?

"The universal brotherhood of man is our most precious possession--what there is of it."

- Bro. Mark Twain

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