Lodge No. 125

How To Join

Freemasonry is open to all men of good character who believe in a Supreme Being. Freemasonry does not discriminate on the basis of race, religion, or social class. As a fraternal association dedicated to making good men better, Freemasonry respects the religious beliefs of all its members.

Throughout the ages, membership in our Most Ancient and Honorable Fraternity has been drawn from all walks of life which include major religious and political figures, presidents, governors, senators, kings, scientists, doctors, lawyers, engineers, teachers, businessmen, performers, sportsmen, skilled workers, etc.

Invitations are not issued to prospective members, nor are members solicited.


Ask and You Shall Be Given;  Seek and You Shall Find;  Knock and It Shall Be Opened Unto You

Our portals are wide open to good men who seek harmony with their fellow mankind, who feel the need for self-improvement and wish to participate in making this world a better place.

At Hermann-Humboldt Lodge No. 125 F & AM, everyone is well respected and valued because, for us, Lodge isn’t just a place where “Brotherly Love” is a mere a slogan, but it’s a true representation of the concept where members, families, friends and neighbors are always warmly welcomed.

We meet on the second Wednesday of every month for our Stated Meeting at the Warminster Masonic Center, except in July and August. You are welcome to attend any of our social gatherings or join us for dinner and dessert after the Stated Meetings (RSVP is required). See our Events and Calendar for details and other activities.

To join the Fraternity, you must demonstrate the values that have been shared by millions of Masons for hundreds of years.

Most importantly, you must apply on your own free will and accord with an open mind and meet the following basic requirements.

  • Be a man

  • Believe in a Supreme Being

  • Be of lawful age of at least 18 years

  • Be of good character, morals and reputation

  • Be of sound mind and body

  • Be capable of paying your dues

  • Understand that your character and status will be investigate


You must also be recommended by two Master Masons in good standing in any Lodge under the Jurisdiction of the Grand Lodge of Pennsylvania, and one of whom must be a member of Hermann-Humboldt Lodge No. 125.

Upon completion of your petition; acceptance as a candidate and subsequent approval by members of the Lodge, you will then be admitted for membership into Freemasonry. 

If you are interested in becoming a member, your first step is to download a PETITION here and then ask your Masonic friends to recommend you. Should in case you don’t have or know any Masonic friend, then contact us directly by filling out the contact-form on this website’s contact page and we’ll assist you. 

After becoming a Mason you will be taught the principles of freemasonry. In which you must also be prepared to honor our country, uphold its laws, and respect those in authority, maintain honorable relations with others and be willing to share in Masonic activities.