Interested in Joining us?
Have you ever thought of becoming a Freemason?
The principal qualification for becoming a Freemason is a belief in a Supreme Being and as an adult male of 21 years of age or more, Freemasonry is proud to embrace followers of all religions.
The beneficial aspect of becoming a Freemason is to embark upon a journey of self-knowledge, development and discovery.
You will have the satisfaction of knowing that you have joined an honourable fraternity practising the 3 fundamental principles of Brotherly Love, Relief and Truth.
The distinguishing characteristic of every Freemason is Charity and Pantiles Lodge is proud of its charitable commitments supporting both Masonic and Non-Masonic causes.
Freemasons provide Charitable support Internationally, Nationally and within the local community.
The Masonic Charitable Foundation incorporates 4 defined areas of support, The Freemasons Grand Charity, The Masonic Trust for Girls & Boys, The Masonic Samaritan Fund and The Royal Masonic Benevolent Institution.
Many Non-Masonic charities are supported, for example, Hospice in the Weald, Kent Air Ambulance, Paula Carr Trust (working with Diabetes) and many more.
If you are interested to find out more, we recommend viewing the West Kent Provincial website on www.westkentmasons.org.uk or the United Grand Lodge of England website on www.ugle.org.uk