Be a Freemason
Freemasonry (or Masonry) is the oldest fraternal organization in the world. Though its origins can be traced to the stonemasons and cathedral builders of Medieval times, Freemasonry remains a vital force in the daily lives of millions of men across the globe.
Through a series of degrees and ceremonies, the values of Freemasonry are passed from generation to generation, Mason to Mason, in a timeless and tireless effort to make good men better. These degrees provide a framework that affects every aspect of modern life and are based on the values of brotherly love, relief, and truth.
Every year in virtually every city and town across America, thousands of men join the ranks of Freemasonry. Men of honor and integrity. Of charity and obligation. Each with a vow to be the best they can be. To be more than just a man. To be a Mason. Learn More Here
Shriners Hospital for Children
While you shop online for your holiday or other gift giving ideas try Shopping for Love and support the Shriners Hospital for Children
The Ohio Masonic Home
The Ohio Masonic Home has helped make the lives of its residents better for more than a century. Today, we have added in-home services to help people remain in their homes. So whether you wish to move to a retirement community or remain at home, we are here to answer your questions and offer solutions for your retirement living needs.
Scottish Rite Valley of Cincinnati
The Ancient Accepted Scottish Rite, Valley of Cincinnati, is the ultimate fraternal experience. It is the best place to meet new people and enjoy an atmosphere that is made for fellowship, friendship, and camaraderie.
The Supreme Council, Ancient Accepted Scottish Rite of Freemasonry, Northern Masonic Jurisdiction
In the U.S. there are two Supreme Councils. The Northern Masonic Jurisdiction (NMJ) is headquartered in Lexington, Massachusetts, and the Southern Jurisdiction (SJ) in Washington, DC.
The 6th Masonic District of Ohio
The purpose of this site is to share information among member lodges in the Sixth Masonic District Association of Ohio. Located in Brown and Clermont Counties, these lodges are within the jurisdiction of the Grand Lodge of Free and Accepted Masons of Ohio.
Masonic Service Association of North America
The Masonic Service Association of North America (MSANA) was formed in 1919 to provide services to its member Grand Lodges that they would find difficult to provide for themselves. Thus the national voice that the MSA has is dedicated to Service to the Masonic community.
The primary functions and activities of the MSANA are:
- Disaster Relief
- Education/Information Publications
- Masonic Information Center
- Hospital Visitation Program