~ Become a Master Mason ~

Masonic membership appeals to men of every race, religion, nationality or opinion. To become a member of the world’s oldest and largest men’s fraternal organization, a candidate must meet three basic qualifications:

  • Be of Good Moral Character
  • Belief in a Supreme Being
  • Must Be 18 Years of Age or Older

    Historic men such as George Washington, Ben Franklin and Paul Revere were all Masons. 14 U. S. Presidents have been Masons as well as notable men such as; J. C. Penney, Arnold Palmer, John Elway and many others Masons.

    So what does Membership mean? Membership in the brotherhood of the Masons means many things.

    It means being a part of an unbroken tradition that stems back to ancient times, when guilds of freemasons traveled throughout Europe, laying the stones of the great Cathedrals.

    It is sharing the values of our nations’ founding fathers among many other men who believed that the brotherhood of man was firmly rooted in the Constitution of the United States and in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts.

    It means becoming a better person while helping improve the quality of life for others, all while forming deep and lasting friendships that transcend the boundaries of race, religion, culture and geography.

    But most of all, being a Mason, amounts to having the deep satisfaction that comes only from selfless giving; from doing for others, neither asking nor expecting anything in return, and growing as a person every day with every action you take.

    To learn more about how to Become a Member click HERE

    All information on this page was obtained from official Grand Lodge of Massachusetts Publications. All rights reserved.

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