While the four bodies of the Scottish Rite meet once a month for dinner and a stated business meeting, the members of the Valley have many other opportunities to join together in fellowship and to better server this active organization. While certain clubs like the 33° Club, KCCH and Knights of St. Andrew have membership restrictions, the remaining organizations are open to all Scottish Rite Masons.


The Knights of St. Andrew is an order in the Scottish Rite exclusively for the "black hats" and is open to all members who have not received their KCCH or the 33rd Degree. Their purpose is to grow the Scottish Rite in Kansas City by giving young members a vehicle through which their efforts can make a difference. Special emphasis is being made by the order to raise funds for the preservation of the Temple. The Knights of St Andrew Meet on the 5th Wednesday of the month.
Link: Knights of St Andrew Web Page

The 33° Club is open only to Scottish Rite Masons who have received this degree. The members of this elite group represent the senior members who have given of their time and talent for years to grow and preserve the Valley of Kansas City. An individual cannot ask for or apply for membership in this club.
Link: 33° Club Member Listing


KCCH Club - The Scottish Rite confers a number of honors upon members who have contributed extraordinary service to the Rite, to Masonry in general, and to the world at large. The first of these is the Rank and Decoration of a Knight Commander of the Court of Honour (KCCH), which may be conferred after a minimum of 46 months of membership (usually much longer) and is strictly limited in numbers.
Link: KCCH Member Listing


The Philosophical Society is an umbrella group through which the Kansas City Campus of the College of The Consistory, the Sunday Morning Discussion Group and the Businessmen and Retirees Luncheon Group all operate.  Link: Philosophical Society Web Page

While the four bodies of the Scottish Rite meet once a month for dinner and a stated business meeting, the members of the Valley have many other opportunities to join together in fellowship and to better server this active organization. While certain clubs like the 33° Club, KCCH and Knights of St. Andrew have membership restrictions, the remaining organizations are open to all Scottish Rite Masons.


BATES COUNTY
Meets 2nd Friday - 6:30 PM
The Flaming Lantern
52 Highway & Rte 71
1104 W. Fort Scott St
Butler, MO  
Link: Bates County Web Page

BENTON COUNTY
Business Meeting - 2nd Saturday - 9:00 am
Maxine's Café - 14231 MO-7 Hwy
Warsaw, MO
Link: Benton County Web Page
 

CLAY-PLATTE
Meets 3rd Monday - 6:00 PM
Paul & Jack's 1808 Clay Street
North Kansas City, MO  
Link: Clay-Platte Web Page