6th annual Friends of Scottish Rite Dinner and Auction a Great Success
The Valley of Omaha Scottish Rite hosted its 6th annual Friends of Scottish Rite Dinner and Auction on October 17, 2014, netting about $30,000 for the philanthropies of the Scottish Rite Foundation of Omaha. Nearly 180 guests attended the dinner, enjoying a gourmet dinner and bidding on extraordinary silent and live auction items. . .
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Latest edition of "To the East." featuring a conversation with Rob Corarso this past May, talking about his impressions as a new brother
On this episode of To the East, Chris Nigro and Micah Evans took some time during the May, 2014 Celebrating the Craft dinner and fundraiser to meet with Rob Corsaro, who had just joined the Scottish Rite at the 2014 Spring Reunion. . .
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New Scottish Rite Chirp tool allows Scottish Rite Masons to easily communicate
The Scottish Rite has made a new tool available exclusively to Scottish Rite Masons, known as SR Chirp. SR Chirp is a free app for Apple and Android Smart phones. SR Chirp enables Scottish Rite Masons to quickly and conveniently interact. . .
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Shop with a purpose. . . and support our RiteCare kids!
We are proud to share a new way to support our RiteCare Clinics simply by shopping online! The Scottish Rite Foundation of Nebraska has partnered with the Amazon Smile program. . . .
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Scottish Rite Omaha

Since 1851 Scottish Rite has been a force in the Nebraska Masonic World.  Although records show that when Albert Pike, 33°, Grand Commander, visited Omaha he stated he wasn’t sure the Valley would ever become very strong.  Leadership since that time has proven him wrong. 

There was a strong Masonic movement in Omaha in the early 1900’s when the Masonic Building at 19th and Douglas, the Scottish Rite Masonic Center (SRMC) were built, Job’s Daughters, Omaha Masonic Home for Boys (now Omaha Home for Boys) and Rainbow International were established here in Omaha.  Even the second Chapter of DeMolay (now oldest) was charted on the second floor of the SRMC in that time frame.

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Welcome to the Omaha Scottish Rite Website

 

Please take time to tour our website and if you pass our door in downtown Omaha, please stop by to tour our building or just to say hello.  We are open from 8:00 AM to 4:00 PM, Monday through Friday.

 

Welcome to the Omaha Valley of Scottish Rite website.  Since the mid 1800’s we have served as one of the Cornerstones of Freemasonry in Nebraska.  The Scottish Rite Masonic Center is located at 20th and Douglas Street in Omaha, Nebraska.  This neo-classical building, built in 1914 by reknown architect John Latenser, is the pillar of Masonry in downtown Omaha.

Our motto, "To do that which it is right to do," Morality – Education –Charity, is the philosophy that helps us set our  objectives. Our goals are to educate our members in the Masonic ideals, to help children communicate through our RiteCare™ Language Disorder Clinic, help educate our future leaders with scholarships to University of Nebraska at Omaha and the support of other Masonic Organizations.

Curtis Edic, 33°
General Secretary





 





Membership Information
Joining the Scottish Rite builds your character and opens a social network of men who have
been on the same journey. If not for Scottish Rite there may never be a chance to meet some
but as a member you would find them a friend.