Freemasonry is

I have heard that it is an advantage to a person's career to be a Mason, is this true?

This is a commonly held viewpoint, but it is incorrect.

I am told that Masons need to devote a lot of their own time to community work, and my time is limited, would this apply to me?

'Freemasonry' is a word, which is often used by Masons, to describe the high ideals and philosophy of caring to which all Masons adhere.

Each local 'Lodge' draws its members, essentially from the local community. A Regional group of local Lodges will comprise a 'District'.

Freemasons are proud supporters of Surf Life Saving NSW.

Annually, that support is spread across a number of high profile events, including "Beach to Bush" Surf Education Tours, the Surf Rescue Challenge, and the World Surf Boat Championships.

There are a number of Masonic charities actively involved in the care of young people, orphans, the sick, the aged, and those affected by natural disaster.

Masons usually gather once a month for a daytime or evening meeting lasting two to three hours.

Like any organisation there’s a business element, with minutes, accounts, and plans for upcoming events to be read and discussed among the members.

Freemasonry makes symbolic use of various practices and implements of those guilds from the Middle Ages.

The craftsmen of yesteryear adopted a series of exclusive signs and words to be able to demonstrate


In a world often dictated by hate and segregation, membership of an organisation capable of uniting men of all religions, colours and even accents is more relevant than ever.

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