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The Scottish Rite, NMJ is pleased to present a new website and offer an enhanced online user experience for members.

It is with great pleasure that the Supreme Council shares with you our new Scottish Rite, Northern Masonic Jurisdiction website.

A screenshot of the updated homepage of the Scottish Rite, NMJ website

When we began The Path Forward in 2016, we set our minds on achieving three crucial objectives:

  1. WE WILL increase our engagement with members of the Scottish Rite.

  2. WE WILL embrace technology to further engagement in between the times that we see our Brothers in person.

  3. WE WILL become a strong and clear voice for Freemasonry, working with all Brethren to attract good men to the Craft, and in turn, 32° Scottish Rite Freemasonry.

We’ve made great strides in meeting these objectives over the last seven years; our new website is the next step in our Path Forward and reflects the modernization of our fraternity we’ve been charging towards for years.

As you peruse our refreshed site design, we’d like to call your attention to a few noteworthy features:

Refreshed Video Library

If you enjoy reflecting on your Scottish Rite experience on-the-go or at home, be sure to visit our new, refreshed video library.

Residing next to our popular blog, our video library features a clean design with intuitive filters and search functionality to make it easy to find the content you’re interested in.

A screen capture of the Scottish Rite, NMJ’s new video library

In addition to a streamlined user experience, we’ve also created individual pages for each video that provide transcripts for Brothers who may be hearing-impaired or simply prefer to enjoy our videos with their volume off.

A screenshot showing the detail page of the Scottish Rite, NMJ’s video “Integrity”

In-Depth Degree Education Section

A critical component of continuing your Masonic journey is having the ability to learn from our 29 degrees and six Core Values. To aid you in your quest to seek more light, we’ve enhanced our degree site pages with a modern, user-friendly design.

A screenshot showing the detail page of the Scottish Rite, NMJ’s video “Integrity”

Now, it’s even easier to learn more about the essential elements of each degree. Journey to any individual degree page by clicking on its movie poster to read a short synopsis on the degree’s storyline, philosophy, and Core Values.

See a degree you’d like to explore further? You can now easily find related content and upcoming conferrals of the degree - both online and at a Valley - all on one page.

A screenshot displaying the degree details page for the 5th degree, Perfect Master, on the new Scottish Rite, NMJ website

Enhanced Degree Dates Search Experience

Our team at Supreme Council has listened to your feedback and has worked diligently to improve the search feature on our degree dates page. Now, you can easily find degrees you want to see filtered by state, degree, and Valley.

Screenshot of “Find a degree” page featuring three advanced search filters on the Scottish Rite, NMJ website

Expanded Join Page

Joining a new fraternity can be daunting; we know Master Masons have many questions and now we can confidently say we can answer them with ease. We’ve revamped our join page to provide a comprehensive overview of what it means to belong to our Brotherhood, and the steps they need to take to join. If you know a Mason who would make a great Brother, point them to our new site!

A screenshot of the “Path to Membership” page on the new Scottish Rite, NMJ website that details the process of joining the fraternity.

There are a multitude of other new and enhanced features throughout the site. We encourage you to peruse each page at your own leisure and share your thoughts with us!

After 12+ months of working behind the scenes to brainstorm, design, and build a better online member experience, our team at Supreme Council is elated to share what we hope is an intuitive, modern, convenient, and enjoyable new site.

Journey On, Brothers.

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