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, we volunteer, help people in the community 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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