You should believe in a Supreme Being.
You should be coming to Masonry “of your own free will and accord”.
You should not have any criminal convictions.
You should enjoy the company of other’s from a wide range of social and working environments.
If you are a family man, it is very important that your family obligations come first, and your partner is supportive of your membership.
You should be able to afford the joining fees and continuing membership fees without hardship to your family.
Your time commitment will be to attend eight meetings per year, and as you progress you will be invited to attend committee meetings and practices.
You should be willing to take part in our rituals.
You should understand and accept that Freemasonry does not exist to assist its Members in their business or employment.
Kelso & Tweed 58 raises money for Masonic and non-Masonic charities through raffles, collections and social events. Members of the Lodge are not expected to contribute beyond their means and an individual’s contribution is very much a personal matter.