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History in the Making

Your chance to become a contributor to history. Historian and Brother Dick Wright, 33º, IGH, has compiled the most comprehensive history of Masonry on Fort Leavenworth ever produced.  He will be sharing the near-final version with us before he sends this sure-to-be best seller to the publisher. His research has given …

Inner Workings

Join us for a back-to-basics, AASR 101 – level tutorial on the inner workings of our Scottish Rite bodies. This is the stuff we all need to know but need an occasional refresher. Contact the Secretary for login credentials.

James N. Beil, 32º, KCCH

Brother James N. “Jim” Beil, 32º, KCCH, laid down his working tools of this life on May 3, 2021. Our brother provided a pure example of how one of the revered Arts and Sciences of Masonry could change an ordinary region into a ornate pageant befit for a large cathedral …

Order of Free Gardeners

A light-hearted romp into the long list of both Masonic and non-Masonic fraternal orders that to you may be yet unfamiliar. Ill. Bro. Herb Merrick, 33º, IGH will roll away some cobwebs and expose some of the more interesting ways friends could meet on common ground and, in the case …

Beyond the Friend to Friend Monument at Gettysburg

Of a Civil War that pitted brother against brother, one monument captures a moment in time that still resonants with Masons to this day. Join us at 1930 Hours (Central), Thursday evening, April 8, 2021, as Bro. Richard Nieman, 32º KCCH, discusses the artist, the general, the battle, and the …

March 11th Ceremony to be Online

Brethren and Knights, we will assemble in the spirit of fraternity near the vernal equinox, the commencement of spring, to renew acquaintances, to remember our friends, and to pledge ourselves to aiding humanity. Special Event. We ask that all members of Armed Forces Scottish Rite, wheresoever dispersed, to join us …

Weight of our Obligations

Join us for a short business meeting at 1900 hours, after which, we will conduct our School of Light. Ill. Brother Steve Songer, 33º, IGH will lead a discussion on how our obligations tie together and how we can possibly do all we have promised. Discussion questions:         What are …

Masonry & Civil Disobedience

School of Light immediately follows a short business meeting that begins at 1900 hours, Thursday, January 14, 2021 in the Library. All Master Masons are welcome to join the School of Light in person/online. Ripped from the HeadlinesCivil disobedience is being used as a tool to shape public opinion and …

Mason? Or Non-Mason?

Join us for some fun this Thursday evening, December 10th. After a short business meeting at 1900 Hours Central, we’ll be hosting a School of Light that will test your ability to discern who among some famous gents were Masons or Non-Masons. Not able to attend in person? Contract the …

Robert Johnston, 33º

Bro. Robert P. Johnston, 33º, IGH, (89) passed away last last week due to complications from COVID-19. Arrangements are pending. Bro. Bob was a 39-year Scottish Rite Mason and a dedicated supporter of Hancock Lodge #311 and many Masonic organizations.