Freemasonry in Jersey
Freemasonry requires its members
To be of high moral standing.
They are encouraged to speak openly about Freemasonry.
Freemasons are required:
- To believe in God and his Revealed Will contained in the Volume of the Sacred Law.
- To use the Sacred Writings and to remember the solemn obligations entered into thereon.
- To be virtuous, amiable and discreet in conduct and to practise out of the Lodge the duties taught in it.
- To desire sincerely the intellectual and moral improvement of all men.
- To use every effort to promote Brotherly Love, Relief and Truth, Benevolence and Charity.
- To keep one's expenditure within one's means and without detriment to oneself or connections, always remembering that one's first duty is to provide for one's family and dependents.
- To pay due obedience to the laws of the country in which one resides.
- To give no countenance whatsoever to any act which may have a tendency to subvert the peace and good order of society.
- To seek no commercial, social, pecuniary or other material benefit through membership of the Craft.
- To submit to the rules of the fraternity as contained in the Book of Constitutions.