Becoming A Freemason

If you would like to become a Freemason or want to know more about joining, it is customary, but not necessary, to speak about it first to a friend, colleague or family member whom you know already to be one.

They will be able to explain to you, insofar as they can, what it’s all about and explain the process of joining (if you would like to) after learning more about us.

If you don’t know anyone at all who is a member, then get in touch with our Secretary - contact details on this website.

Tell us who you are and little bit about yourself.   We will see if we can be of help to find someone who is a member that you do know, but you didn’t know was a member.  It is important to us to work this way, for all members have to be sponsored.

When making enquiries to join would you please give your full name, address, telephone number and email address.
Your contact will mention to you that your commitments to your family must come first, whatever happens, but that after this, your membership, as a Freemason, will call upon your time, energy and pocket to an extent that you alone must decide.

There are a two express requirements of every Freemason, and these are:

All members must believe in a universal Supreme Being, and Freemasonry is apolitical and accepts members of all faiths - therefore politics and religion are topics that cannot be discussed at Lodge meetings.

Additional guidance on becoming a Freemason may be found on the
United Grand Lodge of England's website.


Read all about becoming a Freemason at
"Freemasonry Today"
A new video has been released by the
United Grand Lodge of England:
What's It All About?
What it means to be a Freemason?

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