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About Freemasonry

About Freemasonry
The Brotherhood

Freemasonry is a fraternity or brotherhood based on the belief that each person has a responsibility to help make the world a better place.

Masonic Foundation
Charitable Contributions

Masons are deeply involved in helping people. Masons contribute more than $1.4 million every day in the United States to aid individuals.

Making good men better

Freemasonry encourages good men to become better men by promoting a life dedicated to high ideals, community service, and benevolence.

Become a Freemason
Become a Freemason

Those wishing to join must ask a member. Freemasonry is open to any man regardless of race, religion, nationality, social status or wealth.

America's largest and oldest fraternity

Freemasonry, America's largest and oldest fraternity, has been an integral part of community life in the United States for over two hundred and fifty (250) years. Also known as the Craft, Freemasonry is a society which seeks "to unite men of differing beliefs into a harmonious and productive community through the application of Masonic moral values and the practice of benevolence, intellectual development, and mutual respect."

About Osiris-Pentalpha Lodge

We are gentlemen concerned with moral and spiritual values. Masonry uses tools and implements of ancient architectural craftsmen symbolically in a system of instruction designed to build character and moral values in members.

Our singular purpose is to make good men better. Its bonds of friendship, compassion, and brotherly love have survived even the most divisive political, military, and religious conflicts through the centuries.

Masonry teaches that each person, through self improvement and helping others, has an obligation to make a difference for good in the world.

We meet on the 1st and 3rd Wednesday at 7:30p, we hope to see you there!

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What is Freemasonry?

In this short inspiring video, Ben Franklin explains what it means to be a Freemason and the importance of uniting in brotherhood in this age of enlightenment.