The Scottish Rite has been called the “University” of Freemasonry. In the Scottish Rite, we have the chance to embrace a broad and sweeping education in the morals and ethics of Freemasonry. Freedom of thought and expression are cornerstones of our fraternity.

Self-improvement is our goal.

Located in downtown Fort Worth at the corner of Lancaster and Henderson Streets, the Fort Worth Masonic Temple was erected in 1932  by a group of Masons with a great vision for the future. Here we celebrate the glory of the wisdom of the Grand Architect of the Universe in our aim to further human progress. We invite you to visit us and find out what we have to offer. We are proud of our heritage.



On Monday, April 10, 2017, the Fort Worth Scottish Rite Foundation delivered a $4,025.00 check to the Town of Pantego for purchase of public safety equipment for the Pantego Police … Read More

Here we are again in March, the month of Fellowship, Brotherhood, Regalia, Drama and great possibilities for all Scottish Rite Masons.
As we begin and continue in this New Year, 2017, … Read More

The Fort Worth Valley held its 2017 Spring Reunion on March 4th, 11th, and 18th. The Reunion was a great success.
As always, the members and leadership of the Fort … Read More