What is Freemasonry?
A freemason (or mason) is a member of a brotherhood with roots in ancient times. Freemasons make a life time committment to kindness in the home; honesty in business; courtesy in society; fairness in work; pity and concern for the unfortunate; resistance towards the wicked, help for the weak; trust in the strong, forgiveness for the penitent, love for one another and, above all, reverence and love for God. Freemasons may never ask another person to join the fraternity. A person must make their own free choice with no persuasion to be a freemason.