How do I become a Freemason?


Craft Freemasonry is the basis of all Freemasonry. It is the starting point
for Freemasons, who may later decide to join the other degrees and orders
under the Masonic banner.

How do I become a Freemason?

Many men become Freemasons because there is a family tradition - son follows father into the same Lodge. But for others, an approach has to be made. It was long thought that a candidate had to be asked to join, but this is not the case. If after reading through the relevant pages of this website, you feel that you would like to take part in Masonic activities, then the following may help you to attain that desire.

Is there a family connection?

If there is a member of your family who is a Freemason, ask him.

I don't have a family connection

Is there someone who you meet through sports activities, business, social contacts, who you believe may be a Freemason? Again, the answer is - ask him.

I don't know anyone

You would be surprised - with some 600 Freemasons in Jersey there is probably someone, but you are unaware that he is a member of the Craft.

Or you may complete an enquiry form (above) and you will be contacted to discuss the matter.