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Painting by Thomas Palser (active 1799-1843), London, 1812
A meeting of Freemasons for the admissions of Masters

North Bend Masons meet on the first Wednesday of each month at 7:30 P.M., except for July and August when the Lodge is dark. Fellowship begins at 6:30. Dress is business casual.

 

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George Washington, Mason
The Grand Lodge of Washington governs the requirements of individual lodges and of candidates and of all Masons. To become a Freemason in Washington State you must.
  • Be a man
  • Be at least 18 years old
  • Be a resident of Washington State
  • Decide to become a Mason of “your own free will and accord”
  • Believe in a Supreme Being, in whatever form or name
  • Be determined to conduct yourself in a manner that will earn the respect and trust of others
  • Desire to help others through community service and universal benevolence
  • Be healthy mentally and physically

Joining Unity Masonic Lodge and becoming a Freemason is a six-step process. Its purpose is to acquaint your with the lodge and allow Lodge members to get acquianted with you. This step-wise approach addresses concerns you or your family might have about membership and it helps Lodge members learn about you before you submit a petition for membership.

The first step is to meet with a brother, generally for coffee, and hear the process explained in more detail, as well as what FreeMasonry both is and isn't.

Grand Lodge has created a video explaining the Six Steps to Becoming a Freemason. The video along with detailed information about each step of Grand Lodge's Six Steps program is at https://freemason-wa.org/six-steps-initiation/.

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Musings of an initiate - one who has not yet learned the basics of Freemasonry and who brings a lifetime of independent development from a variety of social and religious experiences. Not an outsider in spirit, but yet to become an insider in fact.

These comments may show simple ignorance as well as, possibly, important insights to sharing Freemasonry with our contemporaries.

This blog is written by a stubborn, opinionated and inexperienced Master Mason, who may sometimes be (unintentionally) disruptive.

In following posts I muse about the practices of Masonry as I have observed them over three years.
How to become a Mason Read more

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