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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.
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
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Over the years there have been many misconceptions learn more about the 33 Degree Masons, current and past members and teams. Learn more.
Since 1934, Scottish Rite in the Northern Jurisdiction has directed, financed & sponsored scholarships, funds and foundations. Learn more.
11th Degree Premieres Tonight (March 31) – Thursday Night at the Rite
Earlier this month, a large cast assembled to perform the 11° Sublime Master Elected for a video production crew from the Supreme Council. This group of actors met over two months and rehearsed six times to perfect the degree. Stage, sound, robing, and makeup support...
Announcing Stoicism & Freemasonry Study Group
“If anyone can refute me—show me I’m making a mistake or looking at things from the wrong perspective—I’ll gladly change. It’s the truth I’m after, and the truth never harmed anyone.” – Marcus Aurelius REGISTER HERE Throughout the ages, many schools of philosophy have...
An Empty Chair (a Masonic poem by George E. Moore)
WB. George E. Moore is an officer in Datyon Consistory. “An Empty Chair” – A Masonic Poem by George E. Moore It’s every Mason’s dream to fill up all the chairs; A Brother in every seat, just like yesteryear. When a Masonic function was “the place to go”; Back when we...
ANNOUNCING – Winter 2020 Speaker Series
We had such a great response to our first speaker series that we've scheduled a second, longer series starting a month from now on November 17. Watch for the individual presentations to appear in the featured events on the main page. All fo them are on the calendar...