Is Freemasonry a Religion?

Is Freemasonry a Religion?

Freemasonry is not a religion, nor is it a substitute for religion. It provides no system of faith, offers no sacraments, does not have a clergy and does not claim to lead to salvation. Every member is free to follow the Faith or Denomination which best agrees with his personal religious conviction, and he is encouraged to do so.

Masonry expects its members to conduct themselves in accordance with a strict moral code, and it believes the requirements of that moral code are in harmony with the teachings of any religion or with the beliefs of any good man. Freemasonry accepts men from every religious faith. It does not bar any man because of his religious leanings, so long as he believes in a Supreme Being. The necessity to believe in one Supreme Being is an ancient requirement to insure that if an individual recognizes the Fatherhood of God he can readily accept the concept of the Brotherhood of man.

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    Stated Meetings

  • 2nd & 4th Tues of each month
  • (Dark December, January & Holidays)

  • 6:00 PM - Dinner (Pub)
  • 7:30 PM - Meeting (Lodge)
  • Physical Address

    • 7 South Ash St.
    • Omak, WA
    • 98841

    Mailing Address

    • P.O.Box 94
    • Omak, WA 98841
    • 98841

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Stated Meetings

2nd & 4th Tuesday of each month
(Dark December, January & Holidays)

6:00 PM - Dinner at North Country Pub
7:30 PM - Meeting at Lodge