Freemasonry is open to any man regardless of race, religion, nationality, social status or wealth. He must hold a belief in a supreme being and be of good moral character. Freemasonry does not interfere with duties a man owes his God, his country, his neighbors or his family.
The qualifications for admittance to Freemasonry and Justice-Columbia Lodge No.3 are that of being a man, 18 years or older, and a belief in a Supreme Being.
Those desiring to join Justice-Columbia Lodge No.3 must ask a Lodge member as we do not solicit members. You must approach a Freemason at Justice-Columbia Lodge No.3 of your own accord in order to be considered for the degrees of Freemasonry.
Once you make contact with the Secretary of Justice-Columbia Lodge No.3 or a member of our lodge, you may be invited to dinner and public events, where you and the members of the Justice-Columbia Lodge No.3 will have the opportunity to get to know each other.
If you would like to become a member of Justice-Columbia Lodge No.3, you may ask a Lodge member for a petition to be initiated into Freemasonry. After submitting a petition, you will meet with a committee of members of Justice-Columbia Lodge No.3, who will make recommendation to the Lodge regarding your candidacy.