One step at a time
Like every journey, to become a Freemason, you need to take the first step. A step that takes you through a voyage of discovery, not just about Freemasonry, but also about yourself. As a Mason you become part of a worldwide, diverse and inclusive fraternity.
There are three steps to become a Master Mason each of which is celebrated with a special ceremony. Starting as an Entered Apprentice, they usually take one or two years,.
The United Grand Lodge of England (UGLE) oversees lodges in England, Wales, the Isle of Man and the Channel Islands as well as some Districts overseas, whilst Scotland and Ireland – and many other countries as well as the States of the USA – have their own Grand Lodges.
For a man to be eligible to join he must be 18 or over regardless of ethnicity, political views, economic standing or religion, although he is expected to have a faith.
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