What is Freemasonry

What is Freemasonry?

The world’s oldest, largest and most respected fraternity designed to teach morality and ethics, and assist good men to make themselves of service to themselves, their families and their communities. Freemasonry is not a religion, though it teaches its members to be active in their chosen faith. Freemasonry has no politics, but it teaches its members to be active in civic concerns. All Masons share the virtues of honesty, morality, integrity, and tolerance.


The purpose of Freemasonry is to help good men become better ones. This is accomplished through mutual support, instruction which is often in the form of time honored ritual, and by working together to make their community a better place for all. It is an ancient and very honorable Order which has through the long centuries attracted some of the most respected and noted men in history. We invite you to learn more.