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How to Become a Mason?

question58Want to know more on how to become a Freemason? The simple answer is to find a lodge near you and ask a Mason to petition. For a more detailed understanding of the process, click here  …

Find a Lodge Near You

pin71You can find a Masonic Lodge near your area with our Lodge Locator Tool. Non-Masons can use it to find a Lodge to petition, and Masons can use it to find a lodge to visit when in a new area. 

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Contact Us

phonePhone: (478) 742-1475
E-mail address: gsec@glofga.org

Masonic Self-Study Courses

Except “Rules of Order” and "The Symbolism of the Three Degrees", all required study material can be obtained from your Lodge library or purchased directly from the Grand Secretary through your Lodge's Secretary.

A ‘Rules of Order’ study material pdf file can be downloaded by clicking on the ‘Rules of Order Study Material’ link below.

NOTE: These Masonic self study courses are for the exclusive use of members of subordinate Lodges of the Grand Lodge of Georgia, F.& A.M.

Click on the self-study course of choice below and download the file to your computer.

Read and follow the instructions beginning on page 1.

If you have any questions, contact your district MELD committeeman.

Self-Study Courses

Georgia Masonic Code
*Required study material - ‘Any Masonic Code of Georgia from 2009 up.’

Georgia Masonic History
*Required study material - ‘The Grand Lodge of Georgia 1786.1980’ (OUT OF PRINT)

Masonic Etiquette
*Required study material - ‘Masonic Etiquette’

Georgia Masonic Manual
*Required study material - ‘Grand Lodge of Georgia Masonic Manual Vols 1 & 2’

Symbolism of the Three Degrees Study Guide
*Required study material - 'Symbolism of the Three Degrees' (New for 2016)

Symbolism of the Three Degrees Exam 
(New for 2016)

Georgia Masonic Rules

Rules of Order Study Material

Rules of Order Exam

 

Announcements

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The Most Worshipful Grand Lodge of Free and Accepted Masons for the State of Georgia at its Annual Communication on October 27, 2015, adopted a provision amending the Masonic Code of Georgia regulating the conduct of its members.