What is Freemasonry?
Freemasonry is a peculiar system of morality veiled in allegory and illustrated by symbols. It is a non-religious, non-political, fraternal and charitable society of like-minded good men who strive to become better day by day.
Freemasons believe in a Supreme Being no matter how they perceive the nature of that to be. They live by the principles of Truth, Relief and Brotherly Love.
Speculative Freemasonry adopts working tools of stonemasons and gives them universal moral values. It instills in its members personal integrity by maintaining high moral standards. Every Freemason finds relief in charitable work and connects with each other through brotherly love.
Freemasons are always expected to treat others as they would like to be treated in similar circumstances. They are good fathers, beloved husbands, cheerful friends and helpful brothers who want to give their best back to their communities.
For more information, please visit either the Provincial Grand Lodge of Warwickshire or the United Grand Lodge of England.
How to Join Freemasonry?
If you know a Freemason as a friend or a relative, it is always useful to ask them about Freemasonry. Having said that, you are always welcome to ask Knowle Centre for Freemasonry.
If you live locally just contact us via our contact page giving information about yourself and why you want to join. We'll then put you in touch with one of our lodges. You'll normally meet up socially with some of the members so that you can get to know each other before being formally introduced as a candidate for membership.
Alternatively, you can contact the Province of Warwickshire or visit the United Grand Lodge of England website where you can choose the closest province to your residential address.
Please, click here to open and read the document titled "What Is It All About?" published by the United Grand Lodge of England.