For the safety of our members and staff, many Scottish Rite, NMJ Valleys are currently closed. However, we have not stopped our efforts to foster brotherly love, connection, and caring in our community.

The Supreme Council invites all brethren and accepted candidates of the Northern Masonic Jurisdiction to join us for a Virtual Reunion this October and November. Details on how to sign up and what you can expect from our first ever Virtual Reunion can be found here.

To keep you informed, please regularly check this page for the latest updates. We also invite you to follow us on Facebook for real-time updates and to join our active online community.

In addition to our regular communications on social media and our blog, we will also be sharing resources and programming that foster connection and caring among Brothers during these challenging times.

Please see those offerings below.

Be safe, stay well, and stay connected.

Coming this Fall: Virtual Reunions

For the first time ever, the Scottish Rite, Northern Masonic Jurisdiction is inviting candidates and members to join our brotherhood through the experience of a Virtual Reunion! Now, members can relish the degrees of the craft and connect with Brothers while candidates start their journey to the 32° at home.

Our virtual theater doors swing open on October 3, October 24, and November 14. Register today!

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4° Behind-the-Scenes

Take a look behind-the-scenes at what it takes to make a degree come to life and catch a preview of what you can expect at an upcoming Virtual Reunion. Meet the cast and crew, and see all that goes into creating a first-class video production.

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Brothers Uniting Remotely: 10 Ways to Connect with Brethren

Valleys are coming together to check on brethren remotely and leveraging technology to keep members informed during this difficult time.

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Scottish Rite, NMJ COVID-19 Response and Preparation

In this official statement from March 19, 2020, Sovereign Grand Commander David A. Glattly provides some guidance from your Supreme Council concerning the new coronavirus (COVID-19).

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