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How do I become a Freemason?

You Just Ask One!

Joining couldn’t be easier.

  • Get in touch, press the Button below
  • We will contact you
  • A membership advisor will take you through the steps to joining the right lodge
  • A lodge membership officer and mentor will then look after you once a lodge has been found, and your masonic journey begins.

FREEMASONRY –

BUILDING TOGETHER

Building Friendships, Shaping Lives, Supporting Communities, Through Timeless Friendships

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Integrity

In a world often dictated by hate and segregation, membership of an organisation capable of uniting men of all religions, colours and even accents is more relevant than ever.

To know more about Freemasonry and how to get involved, complete the form below and someone will get in touch with you.

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Charity

Freemasonry puts its principles into practice through its charitable activities. We believe in interacting and working closely within our local communities to help all people in need and their communities as a whole.

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Improving Life Skills

Becoming a Freemasons can help with your life skills, confidence, public speaking, accounting, charitable work, caring for others and much more.

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Friendship

One of the oldest social organisations in the world, Freemasonry is not defined by an ideology. It is open to people from all religions and political persuasions and provides the common foundation for friendships between members, many of which will last for life.

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Respect

With a membership of more than 150,000 people drawn from communities across the UK, Freemasonry brings people together irrespective of their race, religion or any other perceived differences that can divide us as a society.

We are a unique members’ organisation which has thrived for over 300 years. Having no political or religious affiliations, we comprise members of all ages, races, religions, cultures and backgrounds. We gather in our individual Lodges throughout the country where we have ceremonial traditions which encourage us both to be more tolerant and respectful and actively to fulfil our civic and charitable responsibilities; we also make time to eat, drink and meet together, and form lifelong friendships.

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What does it mean to be a Freemason?

Who are we?

There are several theories about the origins of Freemasonry, ranging from ancient builders to medieval stonemasons.

Still to this day, the roots of modern Freemasonry are the subject of intense speculation, but the general consensus among Masonic scholars is that they lie with the medieval stonemasons that built our castles and cathedrals.

 

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After taking the third step in Freemasonry, you will wear an apron with a light blue border, signifying that you are now a Master Mason.

But your progress doesn’t stop there, many of the masons in your lodge may well be wearing dark blue aprons, red aprons and aprons with gold embroidary. These mearly signify a masons progress in the craft. 

A lodge for light blue members has been formed here in East Kent which will help you build on  friendship, commonarderie, and help with progress in Freemasonry.

With Freemasonry, you are not alone. 

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“Through its ceremonies, Freemasonry allows me to reflect on myself and the principles I value in my life. My experiences in Freemasonry helps to encourage respect for others and integrity of actions in my day-to-day life.”

Richard

Medway

“Whilst I have only had the honour of being a Freemason for a year, I’m humbled to have found the intimacy and warmth of our friendship, an experience truly unlike anywhere else.”

Phil

Dover

“After leaving the armed forces I was at a loss, my mates were still in the services and I felt alone. Joining Freemasonry has brought back the camaraderie, the social life and the ceremonial part”

Shaun

Maidstone

Are you ready to take that FIRST step?