Contact me at email@example.com if you are interested in joining the Royal arch Masons of Ohio. We meet on the third Friday of the month here at the College Hill Masonic Temple.
Contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org if you are interested in joining the Order of the Eastern Star. We meet on the third Tuesday of the month here at College Hill Masonic Temple.
Contact me at email@example.com if you are interested in joining a Lodge of Freemasonry. We meet on the first Thursday of the month here at the College Hill Masonic Temple.
It is a system of morality, a way to make good men better, to help each individual develop to their fullest potential. It is a strong support for democracy and freedom, and it is an organization that improves mens' character.
It traces its origins to the Stone Mason Guilds of the 1500s. During the 1600 and 1700s, also called the Enlightenment, gentlemen joined the craft guild and transformed it into a fraternity. These “non-operative masons” adopted the tools and legends of stone masonry to teach moral, intellectual and spiritual lessons. Just as masons improved stone to build cathedrals, castles and other great buildings, Freemasons use symbols and allegories to build better men that create great societies.
Through the influence of good men such as George Washington & Benjamin Franklin, Freemasonry and its ideals continue to thrive around the world.
We have a saying that goes 2B1-Ask 1
Act with civility and courtesy on all occasions
Practice one’s personal faith while allowing others to do the same
Respect and protect the privacy of others
Treat the least in society with the respect given to the favored and powerful
Help those who cannot help themselves
Care for friends and families in times of difficulty, most notably Brother Masons
Protect and prepare the next generation to live a better life than we know today
If you see yourself in these words.
If you would like to be part of time-honored principles and traditions.
If you would like to build true friendships, often with like-minded men whom one may otherwise never meet … then Freemasonry may be for you.
It is Good to give relief to those who are in need.
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