Scottish Rite Creed
Human progress is our cause, liberty of thought our supreme wish, freedom of conscience our mission, and the guarantee of equal rights to all people everywhere our ultimate goal.
It is the mission of the Scottish Rite of Freemasonry, SJ, to improve its members and enhance the communities in which they live by teaching and emulating the principles of Brotherly Love, Tolerance, Charity, and Truth, while actively embracing high social, moral, and spiritual values, including fellowship, compassion, and dedication to God, family, and country.
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.
VALLEY OF FORT WORTH
The Fort Worth Scottish Rite Foundation’s 64th Grand Annual Banquet was held on Saturday, June 9th at the Fort Worth Masonic Temple. The evening’s festivities began with a reception in the Commandery Asylum to honor the Foundation’s fifty-two scholarship recipients and the Anson Jones Award recipient.
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Representatives from Fort Worth Scottish Rite presented a $10,000 gift to the Davies School of Communication Sciences & Disorders Wednesday, February 21 to support the development of a new Summer Speech & Language Clinic for children with communication impairments.
The summer clinic will meet the need for intensive, state-of-the-art services available …
Guest Speakers from the Texas Air National GuardThe Dinner program following the Stated Meeting on November 16, 2017 will be honoring Veterans of the U.S. Armed Forces.
It will also be our privilege to host and hear from officers of the Texas Air National Guard.
All Masons, their families, and friends are …