Friendship: Building together

One of the oldest social organisations in the world,
Freemasonry is not defined by an ideology..

 

It is open to people from all religions and political persuasions, and provides the common foundation for friendships between members, many
of which will last for life.

Being a Freemason means something different to each person who joins, but whether looking to make acquaintances or develop their own potential,
all members share a sense of togetherness that strengthens their ability to succeed and grow.

“Being a Freemason is a bit like having a second family.
The shared experience of having gone through the same ceremonies creates a bond of mutual trust and friendship with all masons whether you know them
or not, and many of my closest friends today are people I first met through Freemasonry”
JAMES
APOLLO UNIVERSITY LODGE

If you are interested or require further information please use the contact form
and someone from our Membership Team will contact you

 

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