Fraternity, Education & Community

The Scottish Rite in Dayton provides inspiration for our members through meaningful programs and degrees, accessible opportunities for our members to enhance their lives, and enjoyable programs & fellowship activities for our members.

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HISTORY

Information about the history of the Scottish Rite, Freemasonry and the Valley of Dayton AASR, the Supreme Council and detail on each of the 33 Degrees. Learn More

MEMBERSHIP

Learn more about membership, pay your dues, update your contact information, submit a sick & distressed report or get involved! Learn More

ORGANIZATION

Over the years there have been many misconceptions learn more about the 33 Degree Masons, current and past members and teams. Learn more.

CHARITY

Since 1934, Scottish Rite in the Northern Jurisdiction has directed, financed & sponsored scholarships, funds and foundations. Learn more.

Latest News

COVID 19 Tips – Online Learning for All

Ohio’s public libraries announced a new venture with LinkedIn Learning that allows Ohioans free access to Lynda.com education courses with a valid Ohio library card. The agreement is the first-of-its-kind in the nation between LinkedIn and a statewide system of public...

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Freemasonry in Troubled Times – J. Randolph Clark

In 1997, I was a seminary student and part-time pastor living and serving on Felicity, Ohio (in the Sixth Masonic District - southeast of Cincinnati). After a devastating spring flood impacted many people in our community, a tornado hit that summer. My wife and I were...

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Freemasonry in Troubled Times – Richard L. Ganion

Sad that my ‘last hurrah’ as Sovereign Prince was terminated with the cancellation of the Spring Reunion.  I was looking forward to conferring both the 15th and 16th  Degrees as Sovereign Prince/Zerubbabel.  But our #1 priority is doing what we can to keep everyone...

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Freemasonry in Troubled Times – John E. Rhodes, Jr.

In 1975, Shortly after marriage, Janet and I lived in a tiny one bedroom apartment in Fairborn, Ohio.  I filled out a petition to join Riverview Lodge, and it was signed by my father and grandfather. The several men of the investigating committee came to our tiny...

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