Freemasonry may have a different meaning to different individuals. To many it is a charitable organization that has consistently devoted itself to the service of fellow humans in a generous way. To some it is a system of moral and spiritual lessons that help better its member’s overall character. To others it is a venue for fellowship and social interaction with like-minded men of high moral and ethical qualities. To a few it is a school of leadership in an ever changing world that needs men who can inspire and instill hope in humanity and its good causes. To us it is all these elements conclusively forged into one.
Freemasonry is a non-religious yet spiritual, non-political yet social, ancient fraternity that promote self-knowledge and tolerance. It raises above all religious, cultural, ethnic, social, educational, and individual differences, to focus on the common characteristics in a free open atmosphere of dialogue to bring us closer to one another and strengthens the fraternal bonds and values of brotherly love, charity, freedom, and equality. Masons are family oriented, hard-working, mannered men who lead an ethics based life and take joy and pride in doing good. To Masons good is a verb. Only men who carry these qualities inherent in them, strive to constantly improve in every aspect of their existence and believe in a supreme being are welcomed into our fraternity. We invite you to contact us in order to seek more information about our fraternity and membership. Please click here for the PAGL Freemasonry Defined.
Why YOU should consider Freemasonry
Every man has his own reason for wanting to be a part of the greatest fraternity in the world. Regardless of your reason, you will benefit from membership, because Freemasonry makes good men better. Seek Knowledge, and you will find much about our history, purpose, and current programs of education, character development, and charity.
Freemasonry is a fraternity of brothers who share one common goal: to help each other become better men. We strengthen and improve our character by learning and practicing basic virtues of fraternal love, charity, and truth. Our principles extend far beyond our interactions with each other, and we strive to apply them to our daily lives.