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Morristown Lodge No. 193 F.&A.M.

Becoming a Member
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History of the Morristown Lodge #193
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Morristown,IN. Weather
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Legend of the Blue Slipper
My 1968 Mustang
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The Builder
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Degrees of Freemasonry
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Becoming a Member
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart and his Masonic Music
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We are always looking for people interested in joining the Free and Accepted Masons

How Can You Join?

1) Believe in a God.
2) Be of good moral character and known to be so.
3) You must ask to join......It must be your own free will.  
4) You must be a "freeman"  - you cannot be in servitude to another, i.e. a   
    slave, indentured servant, etc.... a remenant from feudal days in middle ages
    or even before - according to legends!
 
   ...so if you can pass the above statements,  you should recieve a warm  reception by the brethren of the world's oldest fraternity.
 

Benefits of Joining

There are several benefits to becoming a member of a Masonic Lodge. Our members are close friends, we have a great time when we get together and we manage to do a lot of good through our Charity Projects. Of course, we also have common interests, and we do hope you will be able to become one of us and share in our efforts.

Who Can Join?

Be a man of at least 21 years of age.
Be of good moral character.
Decide to become a Mason of "your own free will and accord" without expectation of any material gain or benefits.
Be loyal to your country.
Be dedicated to providing for your own family.
Have a sincere determination to conduct yourself in a manner that will earn the respect and trust of others.
Possess a desire to help others through community service and universal benevolence.

Webmaster Christopher Voorhis MM