What We Do
"Human progress is our cause, liberty of thought our supreme wish, freedom of conscience our mission, and the guarantee of equal rights to all people everywhere our ultimate goal." - Scottish Rite Creed
We aim to provide a venue for Freemasons in the Washington, DC metropolitan area to enjoy fellowship among men and brothers with common ideals; to learn and teach, and develop a deeper understanding of Masonic philosophy, and what it means to be a good man and citizen.
From the Secretary - Current Notice
Robert de Bruce Council Meeting - September 16, 2014
Next Tuesday, September 16th, Robert de Bruce Council of Kadosh will present "A Word about Words", presented by Ill. Marcus A. Trelaine, 33°. An interpretive reflection of major fundamental shifts in social and moral codes in American Culture following the assassination of John F. Kennedy. This is an interactive discussion program designed to illustrate how political correctness, use of jargon, and e-communication methods have fostered an individualistic society and reduced the needs for community bonds and personal obligations because they are less central to our lives. Dinner will be served starting at 6:15 pm, and the Council will open at 7:30 pm.
Tough Mudder - September 27, 2014
Tough Mudder, the teamwork and endurance event featuring a 10-12 mile military style obstacle course, is coming to our area on September 27, 2014, with the Capital Region event taking place in Gerrardstown, WV. The Scottish Rite Valley of Washington would like to support a team of local brethren who are committed to challenging themselves while helping others successfully complete the course. If you think you are up to the mental and physical challenges of Tough Mudder and want to enjoy the outstanding camaraderie and sense of achievement that comes with participation, contact Brother Walter Hoenes at the DC Scottish Rite office for more information about the Scottish Rite team. (202) 232-8155 or email@example.com.
Feast of Tishri - October 14, 2014
In the Valley of Washington, the Feast of Tishri is a KCCH Club sponsored event featuring a catered dinner. This event is open to Scottish Rite members only. Reservations are required, and only members with a reservation will be admitted. The attire for this event is dark suite, tie, and a Scottish Rite cap. Reservations must be made NLT October 7, 2014. Contact the DCSR at (202) 232-8155, or firstname.lastname@example.org to make a reservation.
Since 1989, our clinic enriches lives every day, providing expert therapy to children who have been diagnosed with speech disorders. We finance one of America's most advanced speech pathology and rehabilitation facilities.