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The Supreme Council, 33° 32.0
The Scottish Rite Journal is the bimonthly publication of theSupreme Council, 33°, of the Scottish Rite of Freemasonry, SouthernJurisdiction, USA (the fraternity's governing body). It featuresnews from the world of Freemasonry and the Scottish Rite inparticular, book reviews, and articles on symbolism, history, andpeople of the Scottish Rite. Subscription is free and open toall.This application is powered by GTxcel, a leader in digitalpublishing technology, provider of hundreds of online digitalpublications and mobile magazine apps.
DC Scottish Rite 2.4.11+2cc52d
The DC Scottish Rite app was developed as an intra-valleycommunications channel that is easy to use and feature-rich. Itincorporates a number of elements in today’s popular social mediaapplications, but contains only information that is specificallydirected to our subscribed members. You can join conversations,text, share photos, make payments, view our calendar, and findcontact info for members. Our organization is a constituent of theAncient and Accepted Scottish Rite of Freemasonry for the SouthernJurisdiction of the United States of America (Supreme Council), andis more formally known as the Valley of Washington, Orient of theDistrict of Columbia (DCSR). Additional information about theSupreme Council can be found at www.scottishrite.org, and for theDCSR at www.dcsr.org.
WSB Club 2.4.11+2cc52d
The WSB Club app was created to help build a closer-knit communityamong members: you can join conversations, share photos, learnabout events, and find contact info for all members.The goals ofthe WSB Club are to fund the development of tools that enhancecommunications, education, and information for Scottish RiteFreemasonry and new programs such as Masonic education and historyvideos for non-Scottish Rite Masons. WSB Club members aresupporting an integral part of our growth in the coming years. Withyour assistance, we will inform and educate others about thiswonderful fraternity we call the Scottish Rite. We want to thankeveryone for joining and supporting Membership programs. AsScottish Rite Freemasons we often look at the world around us andask, "What can I do to make a difference?" Collectively we can makea huge difference for our members all over theworld.https://scottishrite.org/members/wsb/
Kansas City Scottish Rite 2.4.11+2cc52d
The KC Scottish Rite app was developed as an intra-valleycommunication tool that is easy to use and feature rich. Itincludes a number of features found in popular social media apps,but is limited to verified members of the Scottish Rite and theValley of Kansas City in particular. You can join conversations,text other members directly, share photographs, make payments, viewthe calendar of events, etc.The Valley of Kansas City is aconstituent body of the Ancient and Accepted Scottish Rite ofFreemasonry and operates under the authority of The SupremeCouncil, 33°, A. & A.S.R. of Freemasonry, S.J., USA.Additionalinformation for the Supreme Council can be found atwww.ScottishRite.org, and for the Valley of Kansas City athttp://www.srkc.org./
The Orient of Arkansas 2.4.11+2cc52d
The Scottish Rite, Orient of Arkansas app was created to help builda closer-knit community among members: you can join conversations,share photos, learn about events, and find contact info for allmembers.Arkansas, the birthplace of Albert Pike's Masonic career,is full of Masonic history and heritage, with a great of it tiesdirectly to the Scottish Rite in Arkansas. The Scottish Ritecontinues a Master Mason’s education of the first three degrees andis often referred to as the University of Freemasonry. It is theVision of the Scottish Rite of Freemasonry, SJ to be a robustfraternal organization with a stable membership; financially securein all domains; and recognized, respected, and valued by itsmembers, the Masonic world, and the public at large for its ideals,values, philanthropy, and positive contributions it makes to itsmembers and communities in which they reside and work. Please visitus at ark-scottishrite.org for Orient and Valley specificinformation.
SR NMJ Chirp 8.3.3
The Scottish Rite of Freemasonry is making a new tool availableexclusively to Scottish Rite Masons, known as SR Chirp. This is apersonal communication and messaging utility which operates as amobile phone application and is unique to the ScottishRite.Maintaining meaningful personal communications in today'sfast-paced and technology intense day can be challenging.Smartphones are everywhere, and a variety or services includingFacebook, Twitter, and text messaging make keeping in touchpossible using many different methods.Each popular technologyprovides benefits as well as challenges. With so much informationavailable to us, it's often hard to keep track of some of themessages that are most important.The name “Chirp” was selected bythe application's developer, which has other business-to-consumerprojects apart from the Scottish Rite. SR Chirp messages are knownas “Chirps.” Using the application, Scottish Rite members may“Chirp” to each other and share their experiences, day-to-dayinteractions and thoughts, updates from their local Valleys andStates, or simply stay connected throughout the jurisdiction.Theapplication enables Scottish Rite Masons to quickly andconveniently communicate and interact. Although SR Chirp is similarto text messaging in some ways, because SR Chirp is usable only byScottish Rite members, it becomes simple to separate communicationswith brothers from the sometimes overwhelming number of messagingthat are part of our personal and business lives.
Scottish Rite Freemasonry 2.4.11+2cc52d
Scottish Rite Freemasonry!Valleys, Orients and Councils ofDeliberations from both the Northern Masonic and SouthernJurisdictions come together to celebrate Scottish Rite Freemasonry.We are asking Scottish Rite Masons in both jurisdictions tocelebrate the Scottish Rite Freemasonry together. Our hope is thatyou see it as a chance to enjoy a fun, memorable network where youcan reach out to and connect with your brothers throughout the twoJurisdictions.
SR Chirp 8.3.6
The Scottish Rite of Freemasonry—Southern Jurisdiction is making anew tool available exclusively to Scottish Rite Masons, known as SRChirp. This is a personal communication and messaging utility whichoperates as a mobile phone application and is unique to theScottish Rite.Maintaining meaningful personal communications intoday's fast-paced and technology intense day can be challenging.Smartphones are everywhere, and a variety or services includingFacebook, Twitter, and text messaging make keeping in touchpossible using many different methods.Each popular technologyprovides benefits as well as challenges. With so much informationavailable to us, it's often hard to keep track of some of themessages that are most important.The name “Chirp” was selected bythe application's developer, which has other business-to-consumerprojects apart from the Scottish Rite. SR Chirp messages are knownas “Chirps.” Using the application, Scottish Rite members may“Chirp” to each other and share their experiences, day-to-dayinteractions and thoughts, updates from their local Valleys andOrients, or simply stay connected throughout the jurisdiction.Theapplication enables Scottish Rite Masons to quickly andconveniently communicate and interact. Although SR Chirp is similarto text messaging in some ways, because SR Chirp is usable only byScottish Rite members, it becomes simple to separate communicationswith brothers from the sometimes overwhelming number of messagingthat are part of our personal and business lives.SR Chirp usersalso customize the messages that they desire to see. A user mightelect to view only messages from his own Valley, or might decide toreach out to another Valley where he is traveling. Because theapplication is location-aware, users can elect to see messages andinteract with other users easily and conveniently wherever theyare—and not see messages from locations or Valleys that are not ofimmediate interest.Installation is simple and registration requiresonly that you confirm your membership and create a user ID throughthe my.scottishrite.org portal if you have not already done so.Activation instructions are included with the applicationinstallation.Please download SR Chirp and be part of the on-lineand mobile community. We're looking forward to gettingacquainted!Not A Freemason?SR Chirp is available only to ScottishRite Masons. For more information about Freemasonry and theopportunities available through membership, please clickhere:http://www.freemasonnetwork.org/become-freemason/Not AScottish Rite Mason?There's more to Masonry than three degrees.Please click here to learn more about Scottish RiteMasonry:http://www.freemasonnetwork.org/become-scottish-rite/
The Tyler's Place Podcast 4.4.1
The Tyler’s Place is a collection of stories, lessons andinterviews by Masons, for Masons and about Masons. Each episodeoffers a variety of topics on Masonry, like interviews withinteresting and inspiring people, historical facts and insights,and tips, tricks and life-hacks for the modern Mason. And, TheTyler’s Place podcasts are short enough to listen to while you’redriving to work, headed to a lodge meeting, or just relaxing athome.More about The Tyler’s Place PodcastFreemasonry is more thanjust a fraternity. Freemasonry is a gathering of men from all walksof life, each with a unique story to tell and fantastic lifelessons to share.In days of old, those stories and lessons werehanded down from brother to brother within the walls of the lodge.But today, it can be a challenge to stop and listen because ofprofessional, personal, and family obligations that can sometimeskeep us from engaging and learning more about the men we call“Brethren.”So in an effort to bridge that gap, the Supreme Council,33° is presenting a monthly podcast series called The Tyler’sPlace. The Tyler’s Place is a collection of stories, lessons andinterviews by Masons, for Masons and about Masons. Hosted by Bro.Maynard Edwards, 32°, each episode offers a variety of topics onMasonry; like interviews with interesting and inspiring people,historical facts and insights, and tips, tricks and life-hacks forthe modern Mason. And The Tyler’s Place podcasts are short enoughto listen to while you’re driving to work, headed to a lodgemeeting, or just relaxing at home.
Omaha Valley Scottish Rite 2.4.11+2cc52d
The Valley of Omaha Scottish Rite was created to help build acloser-knit community among Scottish Rite Masons: you can joinconversations, share photos, learn about events, and find contactinformation for members. The Scottish Rite Masonic fraternity inNebraska has roots dating back over 150 years. Members include menof all walks of life. Scottish Rite Masons come together to enjoythe spirit of brotherhood, form life-long friendships, enjoy socialopportunities and serve their community. For information about theScottish Rite fraternity, membership, philanthropy and our events,visit www.scottishriteomaha.org or call (402) 342-1300.
St. Louis Scottish Rite 2.4.11+2cc52d
The St. Louis Scottish Rite app was developed as an intra-valleycommunication tool that is easy to use and feature rich. Similar toother popular social media apps you can join conversations, sendmessages to other members directly, share photographs, view acalendar of events, receive reminders for upcoming events, and muchmore. However, this app is limited to verified members of theScottish Rite and the Valley of St. Louis in particular. TheScottish Rite is an Appended Body of Freemasonry; The World’soldest and largest Fraternity. Membership is open to any MasterMason who is in good standing and seeks further knowledge into thecraft and further light into the principles that guide everyFreemason. Like all Masonic branches, the Scottish Rite does notdiscriminate on the basis of Race or Religion.The Valley of St.Louis was established in 1904 and is a constituent body of theAncient and Accepted Scottish Rite of Freemasonry and operatesunder the authority of The Supreme Council, 33°, A.A.S.R. ofFreemasonry, S.J., USA.Additional information for the SupremeCouncil can be found at www.ScottishRite.org, and for the Valley ofSt. Louis at http://scottishrite-stl.org
Joplin Scottish Rite 2.4.11+2cc52d
The Joplin Scottish Rite app was developed as an intra-valleycommunication tool that is easy to use and feature rich. Similar toother popular social media apps you can join conversations, sendmessages to other members directly, share photographs, view acalendar of events, receive reminders for upcoming events, and muchmore. However this app is limited to verified members of theScottish Rite and the Valley of Joplin in particular. The ScottishRite is an Appended Body of Freemasonry; The World’s oldest andlargest Fraternity. Membership is open to any Master Mason who isin good standing and seeks further knowledge into the craft andfurther light into the principles that guide every Freemason. Likeall Masonic branches, the Scottish Rite does not discriminate onthe basis of Race or Religion.The Valley of Joplin was establishedin 1904 and is a constituent body of the Ancient and AcceptedScottish Rite of Freemasonry and operates under the authority ofThe Supreme Council, 33°, A.A.S.R. of Freemasonry, S.J.,USA.Additional information for the Supreme Council can be found atwww.ScottishRite.org, and for the Valley of Joplin atwww.joplinaasr.com.
AASR - Orient of New Mexico 2.4.11+2cc52d
The Orient of New Mexico app was created to help build acloser-knit community among members: you can join conversations,share photos, learn about events, and find contact info for allmembers. Including the Valleys of Las Cruces and SantaFe.www.nmscottishrite.org