Freemasonry is a society of men, which derived its origins in part from medieval operative masons.
Masonry is a unique institution that has been a major part of community life in America, Europe and major parts of the world where the influence of European Culture has been felt for over 250 years. Masonry teaches its members that their first duty is to their families and its connections, that they should be honest, friendly and proper in their conduct to everyone.
They are urged to be good citizens, obey the law and maintain the good order of society.
Members who fail to live up to those high standards may in appropriate cases be asked to resign or be expelled.
To become a Freemason you must:
Follow these steps to become a member: