The Scottish Rite has been in this building since 1965. That's more than 50 years. It has beome a Mission Valley landmark. Many people have visited this building to participate in Masonic meetings, events, as well as private meetings and commercial events.
This iconic building is going to be replaced by a classically designed structure that is dedicated to Masonry and all that it represents in the community. Click the photo of the existing building to see the vision!
Brethren and friends,
Greetings from hot San Diego! As we all continue to navigate the uncertainty brought upon by COVID-19, the health and safety of our members, employees, and customers remain the priority. The San Diego Scottish Rite Masonic Center remains closed until the Grand Master, together with the state, county, and local governments, allow us to open for normal business.
I am sure you are as tired as I am with this “new normal” way of living. We have to wear a mask almost everywhere. We can’t travel around as much without risking our health. We can’t eat out together with many of our friends and family. And most of all, we can’t have our Masonic events! So much change to contend with. However, as the Greek philosopher, Heraclitus, said, “The only constant in life is change.” So, change we must.