Lodge Balmoral 896
Making Good Men Better since 1899
If you are interested in becoming a
Freemason, you need to answer a
You must first ask yourself if you are
prepared to become a member of
the world's most exclusive fraternal
Few men are intellectually or spiritually prepared to understand or appreciate even the most apparent meanings of Masonry.
If such ethical and moral questions hold little interest for him, then you will gain little benefit from the teachings of the Craft.
But if you seeks a more meaningful quality of life - and the spirit of charity and good fellowship which flow from it - then Freemasonry has much to offer.
We want the world to know what we believe, how we act, and what we do... and, then, should you friend become a Mason, we want you to be proud of our Fraternity and to participate in our work. Only those who desire membership because of their favorable impression of us should seek a petition to join.
Any man who is twenty one (21) years of age or older and of good moral character, who comes well-recommended, and who believes in a Supreme Being may petition to become a Freemason.
Becomming a Mason
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