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.



The Fort Worth Scottish Rite Grand Annual Banquet will be held on June 4, 2016. During our banquet we will honor our 2016 Anson Jones Recipient and will also honor 51 young outstanding students; future leaders of our City, State and Nation. The students will be … Read More

Lauren Zelenske, Order of Rainbow, presents Bill Crow with his Master Craftsman PinOur Fort Worth Scottish Rite Valley stated meeting on April 21, 2016 was a great opportunity for accomplishing necessary business, remembering … Read More

About this time every year while it is still cold and often dreary in January and February families begin planning their summer vacations, deciding where and how that vacation will begin and what will be … Read More