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To be interviewed

Discussion in 'Freemason's Lodge' started by computron, Mar 20, 2008.

  1. computron


    Jul 20, 2006
    I have my interview one week from today i cant wait till i am done.

    Masonry has its first lesson and that is patience.
  2. jrr6602


    Dec 27, 2006
    Grand Prairie, Tx
    This is all part of the application process. The members get to know and you get to know them. They are there to answer any questions you might have and to assure you that you are among friends.

  3. Bilbo Baggins

    Bilbo Baggins

    Sep 16, 2002
    Don't be afraid to ask questions either. They would rather see you interested. and if you are married or have a significant other make surre they ask as well. (I am sure they told you to have them present)
  4. MarcoPolo


    Feb 28, 2006
    Agreed. This process is meant to go both ways. They are there to get to know you, but it is a time for you to ask any questions you have as well.

    At least in our lodge it's not a formal process (like a job interview), it's more like having a cup of coffee and "visiting" a little bit.
  5. jetboatdriver

    jetboatdriver CLM

    Nov 11, 2005
    Congratulations - I know this has been a process much longer than you anticipated (and longer than I anticipated), but you are on your way.

    Enjoy every moment of the journey.
  6. Batesmotel


    Apr 5, 2007
    I submited my petition in the spring and had to wait until fall because we go dark in the summer, just too hot in the building.

    My interview was funny, the interview part was over in less than one minute. Two older brothers met me at a resturaunt to talk and have some pie. They asked me if I had any previous intrest or connection to Masony and I told them as a kid I played in the Shrine Youth Band. They asked if I still played and when I said yes they said great, that's all we need to know. Practice is at 7:00 on mondays, be there. They are both members of our small but active band and knew my uncle and grandfather from the band as well as the lodge. It was wonderfull talking to them and hearing stories about my grandfather and uncle when they were young.