How To Join

The absolute requirements for becoming a Mason are :

Be a man, at least 21 years old.

Have belief in a Supreme Being (of any faith. No particular religion or faith is required or excluded. All are  welcome.)

You should be someone who does, or wants to learn to enjoy the company of other men from all different social classes, faiths, backgrounds, races, countries, etc. Masonry is universal in its ideals.

If you are a family man, Masonry considers that your family obligations comes First, so you must be sure that you have the time to participate (usually two or three evenings/month at first for meetings and instruction, and then at least one evening per month for meetings from then on -- often more if you get involved in lodge activities.)

You can afford the initiation fees and the annual dues without hardship to yourself or your family.

You should be coming to Masonry "of your own free will and accord", to learn to improve yourself and to enjoy the company of other good people, not because someone keeps pestering you to join or because you think it will help you "get ahead" in business.

he man who might be thinking of making application for Masonic membership solely out of curiosity concerning the secrets of Masonry will be well advised to let his curiosity lead him down to other and less demanding paths.


Ten Reasons to Become a Mason.


1.  A place where you can confidently trust every person and trust your family with them also.

2.  A place where, within moral and civil guidelines; free thought, free speaking and the spiritual growth of man, can grow into its fullest potential.

3.  A place to meet outstanding individuals from all walks of life, which a person would not otherwise have had the opportunity to know and call brother.

4.  A place to be part of an organization which has for its principal tenets – Brotherly Love, Relief and Truth.

5.  A place that provides self-development opportunities, leadership training and experience, and to improve public speaking skills.

6.  A place you can go to seek support as well as give it.

7.  A place where moral virtues are taught and through these teachings a regular reinforcement of the moral virtues is experienced.

8.  A place to spend time with a group of brothers, who by acting as good men, make me want to become a better man.  Not better   than others, but better than I would have otherwise been.

9.  A place to become better equipped to serve any holy place and community at large.

10. A place to meet with established members of the community and to become a part of the community.

Sincerely, Hope This Helps...

To join, all you have to do is ask a Mason, preferably someone you know or at least who lives or works nearby.

If you think you don't know any Masons in your area, please send an Email
To :

Or Click Here to direct you to Preliminary Prospective Candidate Information Form

Or write to us

St. Albans Lodge #106
2295 rue St-Marc
Montreal, QC. H3H 2G9

We will be very happy to help you.