Livingston Valley Scottish Rite


The Livingston Valley Scottish Rite, AASR Southern Jurisdiction, is proud to serve Masons of the 4th - 33rd Degrees in southwest Montana. Located in beautiful Livingston, MT, the Livingston Valley Scottish Rite provides Masonic education, fraternal fellowship, philanthropy, and conferral of the Scottish Rite Degrees to eligible Master Masons.

"What we have done for ourselves alone dies with us; what we have done for others and the world remains and is immortal." - Albert Pike

2020 Virtual Reunion 

This year, the Livingston Valley will join other Scottish Rite Valleys across the state to conduct a virtual Fall Reunion. This is a new manner of conferring and communicating the 4th through 32nd degrees of Scottish Rite Masonry to candidates who desire to become Scottish Rite Masons. The virtual reunion will feature a presentation of each degree's symbolism, lessons, and obligation, and fulfills the requirements for membership for Master Masons seeking to join the Scottish Rite, Southern Jurisdiction.

This is the first time something of this nature has been done in Montana Scottish Rite Masonry and epitomizes the masonic lessons taught us in Blue Lodge Masonry that Freemasonry is a progressive science, open to new ideas and adapting to fulfill our mission according to the needs of the unusual times in which we live. 

Master Masons in good standing desiring to become a Scottish Rite Mason and join the Livingston Valley may download a petition at the link below:

For membership in the Valley of Livingston, the degree fees are $200.00 and should be included for all applicants desiring to participate and become Scottish Rite Masons and should be returned with the application.

For questions pertaining to the virtual Fall Reunion, or to inquire about joining our Valley, please contact the Livingston Scottish Rite Valley.

The Scottish Rite Creed

"The cause of human progress is our cause,
the enfranchisement of human thought our supreme wish,
the freedom of human conscience our mission,
and the guarantee of equal rights to all peoples everywhere,
the end of our contention."