To become a Mason, you must ask a Mason. No Mason should ever ask you to join. Freemasonry is open to all men of good character who are at least 18 years of age and believe in a Supreme Being and a future existence.
You might be surprised how many Masons you know. While we do not go out of our way to advertise our membership, neither do we attempt to hide it, and many members proudly wear Masonic lapel pins and rings.
If you’d like to become a Mason, or just learn more about the Fraternity, ask a Mason you know to tell you about his experiences and why he became a Mason.
If you don’t know any Masons, come down and join us for our Stated Meeting dinner. We meet the first Thursday of every month at 6:30 PM. The dinner is open to all, and is followed by the members-only lodge meeting at 7:30. Come join us for dinner, and you will have the opportunity to meet the members of the lodge (as well as some of their spouses and children– the dinner is very much a family affair). We will be happy to answer any questions you may have. If you feel one hour is not enough to get to know us adequately, feel free to come the next month as well. We’re always glad to have you. If you decide you’d like to join, ask a member for an application. Remember, no one will ask you, although it is OK for a member to invite you to the dinner or to ask if you’ve ever considered membership.
If you do decide to fill out an application, you will need to have two members of the lodge who you have gotten to know to sign it, as well as two other people who do not need to be members of the lodge, Masons, or even men. Your application will be read at the next stated meeting. You will be informed of the next steps after that.
We hope you decide to join us!
If you would like a member of the lodge to contact you regarding your desire to become a Mason, please fill out the Contact Form on the Contact Us page.