Who are the Freemasons?
Freemasons belong to the oldest and largest fraternity in the world. Freemasons number around six million members worldwide, with just under two million members in the United States.
Freemasonry has played an integral part in the foundation of the United States. Thirteen signers of the Constitution, and Fifteen Presidents have been Freemasons.
Great men such as George Washington and Benjamin Franklin are among the ranks of Freemasons.
What is Freemasonry?
Freemasonry is said to be a system of morality, veiled in allegory, and illustrated by symbols.
Freemasonry uses the tools of ancient craftsmen to teach morals and values to it's members, thereby impressing upon them valuable lessons in morality. Freemasonry holds itself to the goal of making good men better.
Freemasonry's bonds of friendship, morality, and brotherly love have stood the test of time, and weathered the storms of political and religious differences.
Freemasonry teaches we each have an obligation to do good for all, through association with good men, and a focus on helping others.
Who can become a Freemason?
Freemasons are principled men in the community, 18 years and over, from all backgrounds. They share the principles of tolerance, equality, charity and honesty. They are law abiding and share a common spiritual belief in the existence of a Supreme Being.
If you already know a Freemason, simply express your interest and they can sponsor your membership. If you are not already acquainted with a member you can apply directly from within this website under the "Become a Freemason" Section.