Valley Committees


Our membership committees are the heart and soul of our Valley! Our committees dedicate countless hours and personal time to execute the necessary functions of the valley's life and work.

The Executive Committee of the Galveston Valley of the Scottish Rite is the principal body managing and steering the direction of the Valley. Without their tireless commitment to the managerial and administrative aspects of the valley, the organization could not exist. Working under Chairman Brack Jones Jr, the Executive Committee is made up on all four heads of Galveston Scottish Rite Bodies, the General Secretary, and three at-large members.

All the current officers of the San Felipe Lodge of Perfection No 1,  LM Oppenheimer Chapter of the Rose Croix No 2, Pike Tucker Council of Kadosh No 1, and the Texas Consistory No 1.

Without the loyal dedication and countless hours spent by our officers the Valley of Galveston could not function. They are owed a great deal of thanks for their continued service.

Degree Masters are some of the hardest working members of the valley and are responsible for running a particular degree at a particular reunion.

Help with any of the degrees, either as an active member of the cast, an understudy or as a person entirely behind the scenes is always appreciated. Many degrees have an ongoing need for participants.

The Knights of St. Andrew is an elite invitational unit of Scottish Rite Masons. The Knights of St. Andrew exist as a service organization on behalf of all members of their Consistory. They provide services wherever they are needed. 

Their flexibility and enthusiasm make the Knights of St. Andrew one of the Valley's most active and desirable organizations.

The Southern Brazoria County Scottish Rite Club is dedicated to providing a number of services to the valley. The club meets at St. John's Lodge #5 in West Columbia. Meetings are held on the fourth Tuesday of every month. 

There are a variety of ways that members can serve in the Scottish Rite. If you see something that you'd like to do that isn't being done, whether around the building or during meetings and reunions please contact the Valley offices. The Scottish Rite welcomes all volunteers!