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Become a Mason With the Help of Weymouth United Masonic Lodge

Masonry, or Freemasonry, as it is historically known has been around forever. No one really knows for sure where or when it began. In the Town of Weymouth, Massachusetts it has been around for over 200 years. The craft, as it is sometimes called has been practiced at its present location, 610 Broad Street in East Weymouth, for almost 130 years. One can easily see that it is an institution with much history. It is also an establishment that arouses much curiosity and with that much misinformation. The best way to satisfy one’s curiosity about Freemasonry is to contact a local Masonic Lodge, the Grand Lodge of Masons in Massachusetts, or someone you know to be a Mason.
Sometimes the best way to express what something is, is by describing what it is not. Freemasonry is not a secret society. The only secrets Masons share are the symbols we use in teaching how to become better persons, and in how we recognize ourselves to be Masons. It is also not a religion. There is nothing theological about Freemasonry. A Masonic requirement is monotheism, a belief in one God, but there is no description or teaching of who that God may be. Reverence for a God is evident in all Masonic ceremonies and moral lessons. Freemasonry is not a social organization or business networking association. It is a society of friends banded together with the expressed intent of education and charity. We teach self improvement through discipline, morality, brotherhood, and obedience of sacred and civil law. We are true and loyal to our community and governments, but are not political.
Masons are a fraternity of intellectuals, seeking truth and justice and wishing to assist fellow man through philanthropy. If this is something that interests you and you recognize that working in unison is the best way to enlightenment, then you may qualify to be a Mason. If you are a man who has always conducted himself according to the dictates of his conscience, within the law, then you should become a Mason.
Please contact us here at Weymouth United to begin your journey.
Thank you,
Wor. John Angus MacLeod & Wor. George H. Raymond
Weymouth United Masonic Lodge Ambassador
Is there greatness in you?  
If so, the Freemasons at Weymouth United Masonic Lodge would like to have you as a member.  
Please click on the following link and, when redirected, complete and submit the on-line form.  
Someone will contact you very soon.  
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