Q. A lot of people think we are a cult.

A: Webster defines a cult as 1. A formal religious veneration. 2. A religious system. We are neither. We believe in a Supreme Being. We strive to become better men. We try to live good, honest, caring lives. We help our Brothers out when in need.

Q: How can I join a Masonic Lodge?

A: Go to our contact page and call the number listed and leave a message, someone will contact you.

Q: I’ve gone online and checked out some websites concerning Masonry. Some are contradictory.

A: If you consider yourself to be a good person and you believe in a Supreme Being and would like to become a better person

then maybe Masonry is for you. We are the oldest fraternity in the world. We are a Brotherhood of like-minded men who look out for one another and also go out of our way to help others who are not Masons. We are a charitable organization. We are unlike any other fraternity in the world. You may contact us through the contact page of this site and we will get back to you.

Q: How many meetings are there per month?

A: We meet on the 1st and 3rd Thursday of each month. If you decide and want to become an Officer and move through the Line, we may meet 1 or two more times. We are looking for good men who want to be become better men and to be active and proud to be a Mason, not just in name only. You can be an active member without becoming an Officer.

Q: How old do I have to be to become a Mason?

A: 19 years old

Q: Is there a cost to join a Lodge?

A: There is an Initiation fee for the first 3 Degrees. After that, there is only yearly dues.

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