How to become a mason

The process of becoming a freemason is a personal journey which usually starts with another Freemason. It’s truly surprising how many Freemason are in our lives until we begin the process of learning and inquiring. In many cases you will probably have a friend or acquaintance with whom you can ask. If however you don’t, you can contact your local lodge to learn more or the Grand Lodge within your province.

What are the requirements to become a Freemason? The requirements may vary between jurisdictions, however, the general qualification required in British Columbia and Yukon are the following.

  • A man
  • Full age of 21 year
  • A belief in a supreme being (form or name do not matter)
  • Have resided in British Columbia or Yukon for at least 6 months
  • Good moral character
  • Ability to read and write in English

Want to learn more? Feel free to contact Grand Lodge

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Correspondence received by the Grand Lodge of British Columbia and Yukon from brethren who are not British Columbia and Yukon Constitution members will be replied to by way of their Grand Secretary. While at first glance this is a cumbersome process, brethren will understand that it is only by communicating through his Grand Lodge that a brother’s standing can be vouched for.