The Freemasons of Washington are a Fraternal organization committed to attracting and retaining all men of high quality who strive for self-improvement and the opportunity to make a positive difference in their community.
There are many personal benefits to becoming a Mason, and the rewards can be different for each person. But all Masons share a common belief in charity, civility and Brotherhood. The history of modern Freemasonry began over three hundred years ago and many of the Founding Fathers, including George Washington and Benjamin Franklin were Freemasons. Freemasonry continues to practice the traditions that have been passed down for hundreds of years. Would you like to learn more about Freemasonry?
More Than a Man…
Freemasonry is timeless in its charge to its members, do good unto all. Freemasonry has, at its core, the idea that individuals have the power to make positive changes to the world around us, and that such power is best harnessed when a commitment is made to build for the common good of all. Freemasonry teaches good men how to become better men and promotes the history, heritage and traditions that have been handed down for hundreds of years by those Brothers who came before us.