A Path to Personal Growth and Service

Freemasonry offers a unique journey of self-improvement and service to others, guided by the motto: “Better men make a better world.” If you’re considering becoming a Mason, it’s important to understand the mission of Freemasonry and the requirements for membership.

The Mission of Freemasonry

The mission of Freemasonry revolves around several core principles that guide members in their walk through life:

Personal Development
Freemasonry is committed to the personal and spiritual growth of its members. Through symbolic and allegorical teachings, individuals strive to enhance their moral values and character traits.

Universal Brotherhood
Freemasonry promotes the idea of universal brotherhood, fostering mutual respect, understanding, and collaboration among all people. This principle extends beyond lodge members to encompass humanity as a whole.

Social Responsibility.
Freemasonry engages in socially responsible activities, including charitable initiatives and humanitarian efforts aimed at improving communities and society at large. They uphold ethical values and moral principles in their actions and decisions.

These principles form the foundation of the Masonic mission, guiding members in their pursuit of personal growth and their commitment to making a positive impact on the world.

Requirements for Membership

To join our lodge, the following requirements must be met:

Applicants are required to be adults, 21 years of age or older.

Belief in God. 
Freemasonry is rooted in principles of morality and spirituality. Candidates must believe in the existence of God, a Supreme Being, or higher power.

Good Reputation and Moral Character. 
Applicants are evaluated based on their moral character and reputation in the community. Lodges seek individuals with honorable and ethical values.

Financial Independence.
Candidates should be able to support themselves and their families financially.

Personal Will.
Individuals must express a genuine desire to join Freemasonry and participate in its activities. Membership should be a voluntary choice, not something imposed on anyone.

Interested in Joining?

Becoming a Freemason is a personal journey that offers opportunities for growth, camaraderie, and service to others. If you feel drawn to the values and principles of Freemasonry and are willing to commit to its mission, reach out to us now, or discover more about the process of joining.