How To Join Freemasonry

Who can become a Freemason?

One of Freemasonry's customs is not to solicit members. However, anyone should feel free to approach any Freemason to seek further information about the Craft. Therfore anyone who values the three great principlas on which the order was founded - Brotherly love, relief and truth and would like to join a society of men with high moral and spitirual values should themselves ask for information and not simply expect to be invited.

Enquiries are, of course, welcome from anyone, but especially from those men who have a family connection with Freemasonry.

The essential qualification for admission is that you have a belief in a Supreme Being.

It is usual for candidates to be "mature men of 21 years and over"

In addition you must:

Be of good moral character;
Decide to become a Mason of "your own free will and accord" without expectation of any material gain or benefits;
Be loyal to your country;
Be dedicated to providing for your own family;
Have a sincere determination to conduct yourself in a manner that will earn the respect and trust of others; Possess a desire to help others through community service and universal benevolence.

Suggested Steps

If you wish to learn more about becoming a Freemason you can find more information on the website of the United Grand Lodge of England

Alternatively you can also contact someone from the local province to get in touch with you should you be interested

You can also contact the hall directly and someone will be in touch - you can either email or call and leave a message on 0121 475 1476

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