- Masonic Education – When a man becomes a Freemason, he starts out as an Entered Apprentice. As he and his brothers rise through the Fraternity, they will regularly meet and discuss their belief in the Fatherhood of God, the Brotherhood of Man, and the Immortality of the Soul.
- Social Relationships – The Masonic Fraternity provides numerous opportunities and inducements for men to gather for socialization and fraternal development. In addition to being devoted to his family, faith, and country, a Freemason is devoted to his fraternity and his fellow Masons.
- Personal Development – Nearly all Masonic activities are concerned with personal development. Each member is encouraged to make efforts to improve his community, inspire feelings of charity and good will, and translate the Masonic principles and convictions in to individual action.
- Community Service – Every Freemason believes that charity and community service is the brightest gem that can adorn a Masonic tenure. Through community outreach programs and personal acts of charity, a Freemason spreads the Masonic principles of love, peace, and virtue towards those in need or distress.
When a man decides to become a Freemason, he joins the world’s oldest and largest adult fraternity in hopes that he will grow and develop as a human being. But, what exactly is life like after joining the Freemasons?
To learn more about what it’s like to be a Freemason, contact the Grand Lodge of Masons in Massachusetts, where we strive to “make good men better.” Massachusetts Freemasonry is more than a body of knowledge or a system of ethics; it’s a way of life. If you want to enhance and strengthen your character, then contact the Grand lodge of Masons by dialing (857) 233-0563 and ask about membership requirements.
Saturday, October 15th, 9 am - 3 pm
Every lodge building in the state will be open
An opportunity for the public to learn more about who the Freemasons are and what they do, and to tour their building.