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Wednesday Morning Social – 9:00AM – Breakfast and Coffee for all Masons and Potential Masons

Upcoming Special Events:

January 31 – Annual Board of Trustees Meeting

February 26 – Education on the Rite Nite – Sapulpa Lodge
Dinner – 6:30, Presentation – 7:00
RSVP needed for this event

March 5 – Education on the Rite Nite – Pilgrim-Rock Lodge
Dinner – 6:30, Presentation – 7:00
RSVP needed for this event

March 23-24 – Supreme Council Leadership Conference
Seattle, WA

March 31 – Degree Team Practice Day
Contact TSR Office to schedule your practice hour

April 21-22 – TSR Spring Reunion

The Tulsa Scottish Rite is introducing a new Lodge based educational program.  Br. Bob Davis, 33°, G.C., in partnership with the Tulsa Valley, offers an in-depth explanation of the 29 Degrees of the Rite.

Introducing Tulsa Scottish Rite’s
Education on the Rite Nite

Each presentation will cover one of the Degrees, and will discuss its symbols, origins, and application to today’s life.  These topics are not explained much in the Reunions, and this gives our members a chance to learn more about the Degrees.

Because of the material covered, these presentations are for Scottish Rite Masons only.

Instead of always expecting our members to come to the Rite,

we are bring the Rite to you!

Be on the lookout for an Education on the Rite Nite coming to a Lodge near you!

For questions, or to request an Education on the Rite Nite at your Lodge, please contact

Now Is The Time To Join The Scottish Rite!

The Ancient and Accepted Scottish Rite of Freemasonry is commonly known as the Scottish Rite. It is one of several appendant groups of the worldwide fraternity known as Freemasonry.

The Scottish Rite is one of the two branches of Freemasonry in which a Master Mason may proceed after he has completed the three degrees of Symbolic or Blue Lodge Masonry. The other branch is known as the York Rite, consisting of Royal Arch Masons, Royal and Select Masters and the Knights Templar.

If you are a Master Mason, in good standing, and want to continue your Masonic education, please consider becoming a Scottish Rite Mason.  Now is the time!

  Whether you already are a member of our Order, a prospective member, or simply an interested person, we extend to you a cordial and friendly welcome!  We sincerely hope that your visit with us will be educational and informative.  It is our desire and wish that you will learn more about our Fraternity, what it teaches, and how we serve both God and our fellow human beings through it.