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Giving & Development


Missed the CTC? Not a Problem!

Left to right: Celebrating the Craft hosts Bros. Gil Fox, KCCH, and Rusty Garrett, KCCH, with Grand Commander Ronald A. Seale, 33°,

We have the FULL show available by hour. You also can watch individual clips of your favorite talent performances.

Bro. Oscar Paz, 32° (Bony Lovy) performs at the 2016 Celebrating the Craft.

The CTC is an evening of entertainment and fellowship that is webcast live from the House of the Temple in Washington, DC to raise money for the Rebuilding the Temple Campaign and Orient charities. This year's event focused on our RiteCare Scottish Rite Childhood Language Program.

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Scottish Rite Member Programs & Services

Stay Informed about the Valley Membership Achievement Project (VMAP)!


VMAP Working Tools is a web-based newsletter that connects Valleys with resources for enhancing the Scottish Rite member experience.


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Scottish Rite, SJ, Partners with Nationwide Insurance

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These links will direct you to Nationwide’s site for additional information.

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Masonry Q & A

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Myth or Fact?

Each column comprising the House of the Temple’s colonnade was built in three sections.

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Featured Book

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Featured Article

Thumbnail image of a gavel in the Cowles Collection made from material taken out of the ancient subterranean quarry known as King Solomon’s QuarriesAn Eclectic Collection—The Gavels of Grand Commander John Henry Cowles

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