Becoming a Freemason

Becoming a Freemason means more than merely joining a fraternal group. It means more than being involved in charitable acts and community service. It means more than networking.

It is a lifelong commitment to a craft, and a pursuit of self and community improvement. It is an historic brotherhood of which there are close to five million living members worldwide.

One of the most important ideas in Freemasonry is the concept of “Making Good Men Better.”

One of the most important ideas in Freemasonry is the concept of “Making Good Men Better.”

If you identify with that concept, you likely have the makings of becoming a worthy brother in our craft.

There are several requirements to be made a Freemason:

  • You must be a man who believes in a deity.
  • You must petition a lodge that you wish to join.
  • You must be selected by ballot by the members of that lodge.
  • You must be over 18 years of age.

There are some other items that can increase or decrease your chances of being elected into a Masonic Lodge, and we can provide more information on request.

If you are interested in getting more information about joining Knox-Corinthian Lodge #851, please click here to send us your contact details.