MASONIC RECRUITMENT


Candidates for Freemasonry will have met most active members of the Lodge they are joining before they are initiated. The process varies between jurisdictions, but the candidate will typically have been introduced by a friend at a Lodge social function, or at some form of open evening in the Lodge. In modern times, interested people often track down a local Lodge through the Internet. The onus is on candidates to ask to join; while candidates may be encouraged to ask, they are never invited. Once the initial inquiry is made, an interview usually follows to determine the candidate’s suitability. If the candidate decides to proceed from here, the Lodge ballots on the application before he (or she, depending on the Masonic Jurisdiction) can be accepted.

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HOW TO JOIN

HOW ONE BECOMES A FREEMASON

THE PETITIONING PROCESS

HOW TO DEAL WITH A CANDIDATE

POSSIBLE RECRUITMENT PROBLEMS

MASONIC VOTING

 

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MASONIC RECRUITMENT

 

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