Copyright 2016 Valley of Freeport - Freeport Masonic Temple
What is a Freemason?
Freemasonry is not a religion, nor a secret society. We are simply an organization
with the guiding principles of striving to better ourselves and strengthen our community.
We sponsor many scholarships and the Children’s Dyslexia Center. We aspire we make
a significant impact to better the lives of people.
Members of the Scottish Rite seek to:
Continue the ethical and moral teachings and philosophies of the Masonic Blue Lodge.
Exalt the dignity of every person, the human side of his daily activities, and the
maximum service to humanity.
Aid mankind’s search in God’s universe for identity for development and for destiny,
becoming wiser and better men to influence the world to become a better place
Expand your knowledge of Masonry
Widen your circle of acquaintances and make a positive impact on humanity.
The Valley of Freeport was chartered in 1867. The current Freeport Masonic Temple
was built in 1928 and is the home of Evergreen Lodge, York Rite Bodies - Chapter
#23, Freeport Commandery #7 and Council #39. Freeport DeMolay, and White Shrine,
as well as Freeport Scottish Rite Bodies.
The Scottish Rite Bodies meets on the second Tuesday of each month at 7:30 PM. We
also have an annual meeting in May and both a Spring and Fall Reunion. We offer
many events to our membership that are also open to the public, including golf outings,
dinner theatres and concerts. Our Grand Ballroom, Crystal Room and auditorium are
available to rent by community members for their events.
Interested in joining the Valley of Freeport Scottish Rite?