Is Freemasonry just a social organization?


Certainly there are social aspects to Freemasonry, just as there are social aspects to church participation. The best way to answer this question is to disclose a portion of the Declaration of Principles which was approved at a 1939 meeting of Grand Masters in Washington, D. C. The declaration was formally adopted by a number of Grand Lodges, the authorities of Freemasonry. The declaration states:

It is a social organization only so far as it furnishes additional inducement that men may foregather in numbers, thereby providing more material for its primary work of education, of worship and of charity.

We see that Freemasonry has three primary functions: Education, Worship and Charity. We will touch upon these three purposes in this website.

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