Scottish Rite Class: April 27th

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What is Scottish Rite?

Scottish Rite Freemasonry is a way for a Mason to build upon the ethical teachings and philosophy offered in the craft lodge (also known as Blue Lodge), which consists of the first three degrees of Freemasonry: Entered Apprentice, Fellowcraft, and Master Mason. The Scottish Rite continues these degrees, from 4° to 32°. A Scottish Rite Freemason may attain the 33°, which is an honor bestowed for outstanding service to the Brotherhood.

Scottish Rite, Northern Masonic Jurisdiction

Valley of Boston Class – April 27th

Massachusetts Masons who would like to consider expanding their membership to include a Scottish Rite experience can apply now to join the Valley of Boston this spring. More information about the class can be found on the Valley of Boston’s website.

If you would like to join the valley, you can fill out the application and send it to the address indicated on the form.