The following is from Wikipedia. I can't vouch for its accuracy as far as any one religion is concerned, but it may contain infomation helpful to the present discussion:
"A number of Protestant denominations discourage their congregants from joining Masonic lodges, although this differs in intensity according to the denomination. Churches that, in some form or other, discourage membership of Freemasons include the following:
Jehovah's Witnesses, Evangelical Lutheran Synod, Church of the Nazarene, Wesleyan Methodist church, Mennonites, The Southern Baptist Convention and North American Mission Board,  Lutheran Church in America (for clergy only), Lutheran Church - Missouri Synod, Christian Reformed Church in America, Church of the Brethren, Assemblies of God, Society of Friends (Quakers), United Brethren, Free Methodist church, Seventh-day Adventist Church, Salvation Army, Russian Orthodox Church Outside Russia, Orthodox Church in America, Romanian Orthodox Church,Orthodox Presbyterian Church, Reformed Presbyterian Church General Assembly, Free Church of Scotland, Baptist Union of Great Britain and Ireland, Presbyterian Church in America, Reformed Presbyterian Church of Ireland
The Church of Scotland does not ban congregants from becoming Freemasons, but in 1989 the general assembly said there were "very real theological difficulties" with Church of Scotland members being Freemasons.
"The 1985 Methodist Conference in England said that Freemasonry competed with Christian beliefs, asking that Methodist Freemasons reconsider their membership and that Masonic meetings be banned from Methodist premises. It did not, however, call for a ban on membership."