New Members & How to Become a Member

New Members

Bro. John Robert Fox

John (Foxy) was proposed by the Worshipful Master Spencer Brown, seconded by W.Bro John Rattenbury and initiated on the 2nd April 2014. Foxy is very much looking forward to learning more about Masonry and being an active member of our Lodge. On behalf of all the members, welcome to Eastfields Lodge; we hope you thoroughly enjoy your Freemasonry.
 


Bro. Micha Jon Rose

Micha was proposed by Bro Scott Adnitt, seconded by Bro Guy Watt and initiated on 4th December 2013. More to follow soon.....

 


Becoming a Freemason is easier than you think...


All you have to do...

...is watch this short film below and/or download this article 'Your Questions Answered' to find out more about Freemasonry, then contact our communications officer via the details at the bottom of this page to express your interest in joining.



Our fraternity has a wonderful history which dates back more than three centuries. It is one of the oldest secular fraternities, a society of men concerned with moral and spiritual values. Freemasonry means different things to each of those who join. For some it's about making new friends and aquaintances, for others it's about being able to help deserving causes and making a contribution to familty and society. But for most, it's an enjoyable hobby.

Three great principles...

For centuries Freemasons have followed three great principles. Brotherly Love - this means that every true Freemason will show tolerance and respect for the opinions of others and behave with compassion and understanding to his fellows. Relief - from the earliest times Freemasons have been taught to help, to the best of their ability, those in distress without detriment to any who are dependent on them, and give their support to outside charities. Truth - Freemasons strive for truth both in their view of themselves and in their dealings with others.

Masonry requires high moral standards...

And its members endeavour to uphold these principles in their public and private lives. People might think that to become a Freemason is quite difficult. It's actually quite straightforward.