How do I become a Freemason ?

If you wonder why you've never been asked to become a Mason, it is because Masons do not solicit for members. It's a common misconception that you have to be asked when actually it is the complete opposite.

If you are seeking Membership YOU must ask a Mason or a Masonic Lodge for an application and fit the following criteria:
You must be male
You must be at least 21 years of age (unless you are the son of a Freemason)
You must be of good moral character
You must have a personal belief in a Supreme Being (the definition of a Supreme Being is up to you)

Note: Not all applications are successful but you would be notified of any decision.

There are NO religious, political or racial restrictions for Masonic membership other than the aforementioned belief in a Supreme Being. Any discussion of religion or politics is strictly forbidden in a Masonic Lodge.

How do I join ?
If you know a Freemason, ask him, let him know you are interested in helping your fellow men. Alternatively, send us a message with your enquiry (you can do this from the "contact us" page) and someone will be in touch. Freemasonry has been around for several hundred years now and it evolves, like many things, to stay alive and remain relevant to today’s society. If you feel you would like to help it grow and develop in the 21st century we look forward to hearing from you.



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