Prince Hall Freemasonry is a multicultural and multinational brotherhood

Atualizado: 27 de Fev de 2020

Prince Hall Freemasonry is a multicultural and multinational brotherhood that endeavors to provide charity, benevolence, and education to our members, their families, and our communities.  Freemasons are not characterized by being boastful or pretentious. 


The fraternity takes good men and makes them better by providing a guide to practicing prudence, charity, and brotherhood.  We are defined by our commitment to our families, our vocations, and our various religious pursuits., in, Prince Hall Freemasons


Prince Hall was an African-American abolitionist and minister in the African Methodist Episcopal Church who is recognized as the Father of Black Masonry in the United States. 


At a time in the 18th century, when men of color could not join the ranks of American Freemasonry, Prince Hall took his plight all the way to England and was granted a charter by the Grand Lodge of England which is the original Grand Lodge of Freemasonry.


Today, men of all creeds and colors are members of this great fraternity which includes members of our country’s armed services, doctors, lawyers, policemen, fireman, and many other occupations.  These men continue to uphold the virtues of the fraternity by implementing programs that include educating and mentoring youth, serving our veterans and less-fortunate, and modeling upright manhood, fatherhood, and brotherhood.  Our fraternity spans the globe, and we can proudly say that #PrinceHallFreemasonsareHerein your communities and we invite you to join us!