Become A Shrine Mason

How To Become A Shrine Mason

If you hold the title of Master Mason in Freemasonry, you qualify and are invited to join the Shrine Masons. In order to become a Shrine Mason you must ask a current Shrine Mason to support and sponsor your application. This site makes that process easier by pairing you with a virtual mentor who can answer all of your questions, guide you through the petition process and help you get to know members of your local temple.

If you are not a Freemason, you must pursue that first. Ask for a virtual mentor on this site who will assist you on that journey. Also see the Roadmap section and click on Freemason for details on that process. Once you are a Master Mason you will then eligible to petition to become a Shrine Mason. See Roadmap section and click on Shrine Mason for details.

The many benefits to becoming a Shrine Mason.

Membership in a world-wide fraternal organization recognized for its social and philanthropic activities.
Opportunity to develop lasting relationships with like-minded men from all over the world.
Engage in social activities and events that are available for the entire family. Participate in many special interest groups with Shrine Masons that allow like minded men to enjoy a little high-spirited fun. Motorcycles, trap shooting, parades, golf, flying and sports cars are all examples of these types of groups
The privilege of supporting the “world’s greatest philanthropy,” Shriners Hospitals for Children, offers Shrine Masons many opportunities to find personal fulfillment and satisfaction

Interested in learning more?

Give us a call at 585-671-3565 OR send an email to office@damascusshriners.org OR fill out the form and someone will get back to with more information.

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