You are cordially invited to join us on August 26-29, 2017 in Rochester, New York for our 2017 Annual Meeting. Below you will find links to online registration, the official program, as well as tour registration and sightseeing information in Rochester. We hope to see you there! | View 2017 Purple Program | Tours and Sightseeing Information | ***If you are using Windows 10 please read these important instructions to complete your registration
Supreme Council Headquarters - Lexington, Massachusetts
Welcome to the Supreme Council of the 33rd and last degree of the Ancient Accepted Scottish Rite of Freemasonry for the Northern Masonic Jurisdiction of the United States of America. Our headquarters are located in Lexington, Massachusetts along with the Scottish Rite Museum & Library.
Established in 1975 by the Scottish Rite Freemasons of the Northern Masonic Jurisdiction, the Scottish Rite Masonic Museum & Library tells the story of Freemasonry and fraternalism in the context of American history. Unique in the nation, the Museum aims to be the “historical society” of American Freemasonry by collecting, preserving, interpreting and celebrating the history of fraternalism. We pay special attention to the history of the Scottish Rite and strive to serve the Masonic community.
Have you wanted to connect with other Scottish Rite Freemasons in the NMJ? Curious what other Valleys and members are up to? Why not stop by the Freemason Network's Scottish Rite NMJ page and find out! It is a wealth of information and resources on all things Masonic. There are foums, blogs, videos, photos, and much much more!
How does the Scottish Rite pursue excellence?
We will strive to be a fraternity that fulfills our Masonic obligation to care for our members.
Provide Inspiration for our members through meaningful programs and degrees.
Provide Convenient opportunities for our members to enhance their lives.
Provide Enjoyable programs and fellowship activities for our members.
Freemasonry In Motion
Seeking Further Light
"Seeking Further Light" features some very touching and personal experiences of current members of the Rite and describes what it truly means to be a Scottish Rite Mason.