We are sorry but based on your honest answers, Freemasonry may not be a good fit for you. Freemasonry is a progressive moral science taught by degrees. It binds men over the age of 18 who are of like interests and moral character together into a worldwide brotherhood.
What Freemasonry is NOT:
- It is not a religion. To become a Freemason, one must believe in God, but all faiths are accepted.
- It is not an opportunity to gain personal wealth, but rather an opportunity to share with those less fortunate than yourself.
- It is not a secret society. The journey to become a Freemason is a personal one that is a once in a lifetime experience. The ceremonies to attain the various achievements are therefore not shared with the public to ensure the richest experience for our members.
If you are still interested, please feel free to visit a Lodge near you. Most have website listing the hours of operation and all are welcome to stop by and make introductions or ask questions.