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Our Objectives

The Highest Moral Standards

We are concerned with human behaviour, especially the distinction between good and bad and right and wrong.
We are taught to be aware that all individuals have a natural tendency towards both good and evil; to consider our options and choose the former.

We define our moral standards as

Obeying the laws of the land
Working hard
Living peaceably and creditably
Acting honourably and with understanding and charity to all

Serve Our Own Religion

Freemasonry is not a religion, but is about man’s relationship with man. There is no Masonic God, however, all Freemasons must declare a belief in a Supreme Being and we therefore have members of many faiths, including Christianity, Hinduism, Islam and Judaism.

We are encouraged to practice our own religion, whatever faith it may be, and regard Freemasonry as a moral code subordinate to, but supportive of, that religion. We do not admit atheists or agnostics into Freemasonry.

Serve Their Own Community

Freemasonry encourages us to fulfil our responsibilities to our family and ourselves:

We try and support our families in all they do
We try to develop knowledge of ourselves, look after our health and do nothing to excess

Serve Our Neighbours

We try to

behave towards others as we would have them behave towards us and to help anyone in need of support and assistance.
avoid private disputes and quarrels

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