Interested in becoming a Freemason?
While we have a few qualifications, we believe that it's the internal, not the external, that makes a Mason. If you are interested in becoming a Freemason, fill out the contact form here and we will get in touch with you!
No atheist can be a Mason. Freemasonry does not concern itself with your individual faith, as this is a question between only you and your God; however, we do require that a that a man believe in a Supreme Being. Freemasonry insists on toleration, and on the right of each person to think for himself in religious, social and political matters.
We believe in "making good men better". Freemasonry teaches that every man has a duty not only to himself, but to the whole of mankind. Masons must do what they can to make the world a better place.
Freemasonry regards no man for his worldly wealth or possessions. Masons know that self-development is more precious than money in the bank, or social position, or political power. Those things often accompany self-development, but they are no substitute for it. Masons work at building their lives and character, just as a carpenter works on building a house.
Masons see Brotherhood as a form of wisdom and a bond that holds men together. It is a private friendship that requires us to be just in our dealings, and to refuse to speak evil of each other. Freemasons believe a man should maintain an attitude of good will, and promote unity and harmony is his relations with others, his family and community. Masons term this as a way of believing in the Brotherhood of Man. It means that every Mason makes it his duty to follow the golden rule.