May 26

Why Joining Free Masons Will Change Your Life

Being a Free Mason will change your life!

Freemasonry is a fraternal organization, made up of great men with excellent character and reputations.  We believe in an Almighty Creator or Architect.

We treat people with different religious beliefs equally and we believe in the spirit of universal brotherhood to man.

Our time is devoted to the principles of family, friendship and fellowship.

Freemasonry gives us an opportunity to immerse ourselves in our community, while developing strong bonds with our brothers.  This involves social events, community activities, philosophical & intellectual discussions, dive into the history or simply hang out with other like-minded men.

May 10

What Will I Learn

You will learn biblical history from  the days of Solomon’s Temple, throughout the Middle Ages  In Europe, Masonic Speculative Lodges and Grand Orient Lodges were being formed in each country.

Many exact dates of historical events are sometimes difficult to discern, however Masonic records show that these Grand Lodges were formed in:  England in 1717, Ireland in 1725, France in 1728, the United States in 1730 and Scotland in 1736.

If you wish to study and learn, the Holy Scriptures will finally begin to come alive to you with their real people and their successes and failures.  You will learn biblical truths with the Supreme Architect of the Universe, as your Master.

Sep 20

The Purpose of Freemasonry

Freemasonry is a fraternal order comprised of dedicated men who have committed themselves to the building of character and the improvement of life.

Masonry’s primary objective is to make good men better.

Its teachings include brotherhood, morality, charity, justice, tolerance, citizenship, education and freedom of ideas, of religious choice, and of expression.

Freemasonry is kindness in the home, honesty in business, courtesy in society, fairness in work, pity and concern for the unfortunate, resistance towards the wicked, help for the weak, trust in the strong, forgiveness for the penitent, love for one another, and above all reverence and love for God.

Freemasonry is many things, but most of all, Freemasonry is a way of life.