Freemasonry is a rewarding experience and membership is open to all men aged 18 years or over.
It need not be time intensive and most new members attend one meeting per month. This equates to about 4 hours of your time once a month.
Like many membership organisations, there are certain prerequisites that potential members must satisfy when applying to be a Freemason. To become a Freemason a person needs to:
Be a Law abiding person;
Have a belief in a Supreme Being; and
Have made his decision to join Freemasonry by his own free will and not for any personal gain or reasons of idle curiosity.
As Freemasonry offers many unique benefits, these prerequisites ensure that those who join get the most out of becoming a Freemason. If you satisfy these requirements and are interested in joining Freemasonry, there are a number of ways in which you can apply to become a Freemason.
Approach a Freemason you know
Approach the United Grand Lodge of Queensland
Contact General Glasgow Lodge
The Application Process
Expectations of Members
- Freemasonry is neither a religion, nor is it intended to be a substitute for religion.
- Its philosophy is designed to encourage its members toward self improvement.
- Members are encouraged to support Masonic Charities which perform valuable services throughout Queensland.