What is Freemasonry
Freemasonry is the worlds oldest and largest fraternal organization. With more then five million Masons worldwide including two million or more in the United States. We've established a strong and respected local, national, and international presence. As Masons we lead by example, give back to our communities, support the numerous Masonic philanthropies like the Shriners (you must be a Master Mason to be a Shriner) with donations of both time and money. In North America Masons donate two million dollars a day to these philanthropic programs.
We invest in children, our communities, and our future to promote a way of life that binds like-minded men into a worldwide brotherhood that transcends all religions, ethnic, cultural, social, and educational differences. This is done by teaching the great principles of Brotherly Love, Relief and Truth and leading by example with the outward expression of these great principals through fellowship, compassion and concern with finding ways in which to serve God, Family, Country, Neighbors and Self. The rich traditions and core values of our centuries old fraternity are relevant today, and will endure for centuries to come.
Idaho Masonic membership is open to men age 18 years or older who meet the qualifications and standards of character and reputation, and who believe in a Supreme Being. Men of all ethnic and religious backgrounds are welcome. One of the oldest Masonic traditions is that it does not solicit members. Men must seek membership on their own initiative starting with obtaining an application form from a Mason.
The Brothers of Weiser Lodge #23 share the belief that Freemasonry is a way of life; as its purpose is to make good men better.
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