Should you join us?
Freemasonry is a secular society open to men of any race, religion, political belief and status but only if you believe in a supreme being and subscribe to the Three Principles of Neighbourly Concern, Charity and Moral Standards, which as freemasons say: brotherly love, relief and truth.
You should also be able to bear a modest financial commitment for subscriptions and an expectation to give to Charity, dining fees and regalia. Although the lodge is based in London, it is not as expensive as you may think. Above all, the guiding principle is a freemason’s obligations should never adversely affect his family, employment or other non-Masonic commitments. A Freemason may join more than one Lodge and visit other Lodges as a guest, so a change of home or job should not necessarily cause difficulties. Lodges meet all over the UK, and indeed all over the world.
Membership of a Lodge under the United Grand Lodge of England is open to all men of good character aged 18 or over who have been proposed by two members or approved by the committee if they are not known to the Lodge.
If you are interested in becoming a Freemason, please contact the Secretary to discuss matters further, with no obligation on either side.