Freemasonry is

In the past, our Lodges were called 'temples'. This was an allegoric reference to King Solomon's Temple, constructed by early Masons, whose principles of Integrity, Goodwill and Charity, we have inherited.

There are other organisations that are strictly for women, and we agree with, and support their right to be 'strictly for women'. We feel confident that they, and other well informed people, would support our right to exist as we do.

The reason for this is quite simple. We wear dinner suits, because our meetings are conducted in a semi-formal and dignified manner, in keeping with our principles. Our members come from all walks

In your daily life you have secrets; your bank cannot disclose your tax file number; your doctor is not allowed to disclose your medical records; you do not disclose your PIN numbers. Being discreet about

I've heard that Masons, in the past, have been regarded as some sort of secret society, is that the situation now?

Until recently our policy was to be rather discreet

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.


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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