Since 1883, the Valley of Santa Fe has shaped the leaders that have built the social landscape of New Mexico.

We invite you to join us.

 

Our Mission

It is the mission of the Scottish Rite of Freemasonry, Southern Jurisdiction, to improve its members and enhance the communities in which they live by teaching and emulating the principles of Brotherly Love, Tolerance, Charity, and Truth, while actively embracing high social, moral, and spiritual values, including fellowship, compassion, and dedication to God, family, and country.

— Scottish Rite Mission Statement


Man is not to be comprehended as a starting-point, or progress as a goal, without those two great forces, Faith and Love.
— Albert Pike, 33º

What We've Achieved

  • Conferred the Scottish Rite Degrees upon seventy-five Masters of the Royal Secret in the last five years.

  • Increased membership engagement through targeted Masonic education and direct outreach from the Membership Committee’s efforts.

  • Increased membership retention and involvement for the past eight years through individual communication, offers of dues payment arrangements, and personal invitations.

  • Enrolled in the Valley Member Achievement Program (VMAP) for four consecutive years and met the criteria for each of those years.

  • Held all four of the required observance feasts for each of the Scottish Rite bodies for the past six years.

  • Given in-kind donations to dozens of arts, charitable, and non-profit groups totaling over $250,000 for the last five years.

  • Enrolled seventy-five Masters of the Royal Secret into the Master Craftsman program and have had seventeen of those Masters complete the course.

  • Conferred one new Scottish Rite Degree each year for the past three consecutive years.

  • Partnered with numerous arts organizations in the Santa Fe area to host and underwrite school performing arts programs.

  • Acknowledged by the Sovereign Grand Commander for our outstanding achievements in the Scottish Rite and our community for the past five consecutive years.


Historic photography provided by Jesse Logan Nusbaum, 32º