Valley of Columbia News
The Scottish Rite, Northern Masonic Jurisdiction, Shriners International, and the Scottish Rite, Southern Jurisdiction proudly announce a historic coming together of our organizations in the joint sponsorship of BeAFreemason.org.
More than just a website, BeAFreemason.org is dedicated to explaining just who Freemasons are, and what we stand for. It serves as a guide for men looking to understand the truths of our craft and the rewards of our brotherhood. It is a place where information about Freemasonry is accurate, visually compelling, and aspirational.
Central to the site is a powerful referral mechanism that links men interested in joining to Grand Lodge membership contacts in states and provinces throughout North America. We hope you too will help spread the word far and wide by sharing the site with friends, family, and other good men you know.
A Historic Partnership
The Scottish Rite, NMJ, Shriners International, and the Scottish Rite, SJ, have united in purpose and in service to the craft. As we open our plans to Grand Lodges across North America there is no doubt that, together, we can achieve the extraordinary and continue to share Freemasonry with the world.
The work we have embarked on circles us back to the place where we have always been strong. The noble place where we help a man declare to the world, I am not just a man. I am a Mason.
David A. Glattly, 33°
Sovereign Grand Commander
Scottish Rite, Northern Masonic Jurisdiction
Jeffrey L. Sowder
James D. Cole, 33°
Sovereign Grand Commander
Scottish Rite, Southern Jurisdiction
Are you keeping up with the activities occurring within the Orient? Follow along by reading our Orient Newsletter, the Scottish Rite Journal, and the Journal’s Missouri section all online from your computer or smartphone. Simply click the link below!
We hope that you are enjoying the Missouri Scottish Rite E-NEWS! You can read the latest issue as well as our past issues using the relevant link(s) below.
This newsletter shares information from each of our local Scottish Rite Valleys, our RiteCare Centers, the Scottish Rite Foundation of Missouri, the Masonic Youth Groups in Missouri, and other Masonic groups around our state.
Below most recent OFFICIAL schedule for the Inaugural Grand Master’s Reunion as received from the Valley of Kansas City’s Director of the Work. If you have questions or corrections, please contact the Valley of Kansas City – http://srkc.org/contacts/.
RSVP REQUIRED FOR ALL MEALS.
The cost $10 for breakfast and $15.00 for the lunch banquet.
Please reserve by calling the Valley of Kansas City office at 816.561.2277.
Friday April 13th
6:00pm Candidate Check-in
7:00pm 4° – Secret Master
8:00pm 6° – Intimate Secretary
Saturday April 14th
8:30am 8° Intendant of the Building (Valley of St. Joseph)
9:00-9:45am Classroom (Presentation by Ill. Steve Harrison)
9:45am 14° Perfect Elu (Grand Elect, Perfect and Sublime Mason)
10:30-11:00am Class Room
11:00am 18° Knight Rose Croix
1:00pm 27° Knight of the Sun or Prince Adept
2:00-2:30pm Class Room (Presentation on the Separation of Church and State)
2:35-3:15pm 29° Scottish Knight of Saint Andrew
3:30-4:30pm 30° Knight of Kadosh or Knight of the White & Black Eagle
4:45-5:15pm Class Room – Wrap-up
5:20pm 32° Master of the Royal Secret
6:00pm Closing Ceremony
We are excited to announce the launch of the Missouri Scottish Rite e-News!
This dynamic monthly newsletter is dedicated to sharing the Goodness of Freemasonry – committed to inspiring Brotherly Love, Relief and Truth – and driven by the stories and experiences of each of the five great Scottish Rite Valleys of the Orient of Missouri.
You can view the current issue by visiting https://mailchi.mp/0c0a78608070/missouri-scottish-rite-march-2018-e-news.
We were informed that the upcoming Journal insert was misprinted. Please click on the link below for a PDF version of the insert. Our Orient News Page will auto-update with the HTML5 version of the insert in the days ahead. This post will be updated when that occurs.
Happy Giving Tuesday!
During the next 24 hours, people around the world will come together to celebrate generosity and make an impact. Will you help us reach our goals this holiday season? Please say “yes” to help a child at your local RiteCare today!
Did you know…?
- Nationally, we help fund about 170 RiteCare Childhood Language Programs
- Nationally, many of our centers work in association with universities and hospitals providing top notch care
- Nationally, RiteCare provides children with full diagnostic evaluation, treatment of speech, language disorders, and learning disabilities