How can I get involved in 32nd Degree Scottish Rite Freemasonry?

Members of 32nd Degree Scottish Rite Freemasonry™ can become as involved as they would like in the fraternity.

There is a place for you in many of the degree presentations depending on your interests, talents, and experience. For instance, you may serve as a guard or a member of the choir, or be part of the wardrobe committee, the stage crew, or the makeup team. You can be an actor in a minor or major role, as your talents permit. To get a taste for the kind of roles members can get involved in as it relates to degree presentations, watch our behind-the-scenes video of the 4th degree and read our blog about the making of the 17th degree.

Beyond the degrees, there is also the possibility of being on the reception committee or being an officer of the body, should you choose to run for an elected position and get selected. You can contact us for specific inquiries.

All members are welcome to get involved with the Scottish Rite Charities and make a difference in the lives of Brother Masons, their families, and our communities. Learn more about the transformative impact of each of our charities: the Grand Almoner's Fund, Abbott Scholarship Fund, Children's Dyslexia Centers, and the Scottish Rite Masonic Museum & Library.

Finally, if you're unsure about how you'd like to get involved in our fraternity, we encourage you to enroll in our Pathfinder program. Through participation in various activities and exploration of the resources of the Scottish Rite, Pathfinder serves as a guide for 32° Scottish Rite Masons™ to uncover the road that best serves their needs and interests. You can learn more about Pathfinder here.

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