What is a Freemason?
A Freemason, often called a Mason, is a member of one of the world’s oldest secular fraternal societies, dedicated to a moral and ethical approach to life. Freemasons come from all faiths and backgrounds. A Freemason believes in a "Supreme Being" and is focused on moral and spiritual values. A Freemason is a good man trying to become better through faith and fellowship. A Freemason regards the interests of his family as a priority, assists the less fortunate, and helps those who are in need.