Interested in Joining? - 2B1ASK1
To become a Mason, you need only to “ask”, meet the qualifications, and be accepted by a lodge. Anyone seeking membership into Freemasonry should first seek a Masonic friend to recommend him. He must sign a petition and return the petition to the lodge in which he wants to become a member. The petition will then be investigated and brought before the members of the lodge who will vote by secret ballot.
In the event that you do not have a member of the Masonic Fraternity in your circle of friends and acquaintances, its recommended that you contact us via email or the contact form below for further assistance. If you email us, please be sure to include your full name, correct email address, telephone number(s), and or home address – this is only necessary so that we can have a member of our lodge contact you to discuss your further interest in Freemasonry and answer any questions you may have.
10 Reasons to Become a Mason
1. A place where you can confidently trust every person and trust your family with them also.
2. A place where, within moral and civil guidelines; free thought, free speaking and the spiritual growth of man, can grow into its fullest potential.
3. A place to meet outstanding individuals from all walks of life, that a person otherwise might not have had the opportunity to know and call brother.
4. A place to be a part of an organization which has for its principal tenets – Brotherly Love, Relief and Truth.
5. A place that provides self-development opportunities, leadership training and experience, and to improve public speaking skills.
6. A place you can go to seek support as well as give it.
7. A place where moral virtues are taught and though theses teachings a regular reinforcement of the moral virtues is experienced.
8. A place to spend time with a group of brothers, who by acting as good men, make me want to become a better man. Not better than others, but better than I would have otherwise been.
9. A place to become better equipped to serve church and the community.
10. A place to meet with established members of the community and to become a part of the community.