There are many reasons why people choose to become Freemasons. And while those reasons may be different from one person to the next, all masons have something in common. They question. Some people also need the rigor of freemasonry to continue studying- whatever the subject.

What some of our members have to say about their experience

After studying in southern California for some time, I moved back to the San Francisco Bay area. I felt that I was stagnating. I was bored to tears, but I am also very lazy. As such, I knew I needed a structure that would allow me to continue to grow. Both my mother and father are Freemasons, so I knew I had the option of becoming one. I had known many Freemasons for many years, and I loved the sense of community I felt around them. So I decided to join. The journey has not always been a smooth one, but it has always been one that I have enjoyed. I like the fact that I can count on my fellow members to help me grow and give me the support I need. This was particularly true during the Charlie Hebdo events in France. Being able to grieve with like minded people was an amazing experience. I am extremely thankful to have people like them in my life, some of whom I would have never met if I had not become a member.   A sister from the lodge.