Supreme Council Introduces New Valley of Excellence Program

The Valley of Excellence Program is a special award designed to recognize Valleys in the Scottish Rite, Northern Masonic Jurisdiction who go above and beyond. With focuses on areas of membership, service/philanthropy, leadership development, and operations, this program encourages Valleys to deliver a premier Scottish Rite experience. Read more

Virtual Reunions: Bringing the Magic of the Scottish Rite Home

The Supreme Council is proud to announce that we will be bringing the Scottish Rite experience online to homes across the jurisdiction with three Virtual Reunions this fall! Read more

Supreme Council Shares New Standardization of Dues

To create a more streamlined dues process for all members in Scottish Rite, NMJ, the Administrative Council recently approved a new Standardization of Dues policy. Read more

Our Gratitude, Your Impact: The 2020 Helping Hand Initiative

Last month, we launched the Helping Hand initiative to raise funds for our charity, the Grand Almoner’s Fund. Read more

4 Ways to Make the Most of the Member Center

With our updated Member Center you’ll find that, in and outside of the Valley, there’s great joy and treasures to be found in belonging to the Scottish Rite, Northern Masonic Jurisdiction. Keep reading for some ways to make the most of your membership online through our Member Center. Read more

Children’s Dyslexia Centers Launches Online Tutoring During the COVID-19 Crisis

All of the Children's Dyslexia Centers are currently up and running, facilitating over 500 tutoring sessions a day. Read more


The welcome mat is out, and the front door is open to good men seeking to find self-discovery and light through Freemasonry. That is the idea behind, a newly launched website made possible through a first-of-its-kind partnership between Scottish Rite, Northern Masonic Jurisdiction (NMJ), Shriners International, and Scottish Rite, Southern Jurisdiction. Read more

Introducing: Rite on the Road

Any traveling man of 32° Scottish Rite Freemasonry knows there is nothing quite like making the journey to witness a new degree. Of course, traveling to observe degrees requires time and financial investment that some brethren just cannot manage -- sometimes preventing Master Masons from joining the Scottish Rite in the first place. Read more