Brother Scott is a two-time Past Master of D.C. Cregier Lodge No. 81 in Wheeling, IL, the Charter Master of Spes Novum Lodge No. 1183, and holds membership in Denver Lodge No. 5 in Denver, CO. He served the Grand Lodge of Illinois as the first State Education Officer, as well as the Chairman of the Committee on Masonic Education, and is the President of the Midwest Conference on Masonic Education. Scott is also a member of the Palatine York Rite bodies, Allied Masonic Degrees, Grand College of Rites, the Valley of Saint Louis A.A.S.R-S.J, and the Valley of Chicago A.A.S.R.-N.M.J. He is passionate about the development of young masons, strategy, and visioning for Lodges. In Scott’s professional life, he works in the management of a leading sports nutrition CPG brand.
Masonic Justice – 40 Minutes
A detailed historical investigation of the world which produced our ritual and what was likely meant by the term, “justice” by the authors of our ritual.
What Masonry Offers – 45-90 Minutes
An in-depth look at the gaps in society that Masonry fills, specifically Rites of Passage and Mentorship. This includes an analysis of the experience, views, and needs of the Millennial generation
Practicing the Art of our Mysteries – 90 minutes
In this ninety-minute presentation, I will help the group engage in a dialogue where we’ll explore the Masonic ritual in terms of personal experiences. Participants will consider questions like, “How do I express my free will without infringing on the free will of others?” or “How do the duties of the Tyler help me in my day-to-day life?“ This talk will give each Brother a simple, repeatable process consisting of silent introspection, written reflection, and verbal dialogue with others that they can use to make deep, personal connections to the Craft’s symbolism. This process will enable every Freemason to improve their understanding of self and their relationships with others.
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