Wednesday, January 16, 2013

York Rite Resurrection Society

While rooting around the Internet I came upon the York Rite forum on the Reddit website where Bro. Nick from the Millennial Freemason highlighted an article from a group out of Colorado called the York Rite Resurrection Society.

This group is based on the ideals Masonic Restoration Foundation and their ideals towards creating a stronger Fraternity that will endure for years to come.

Their Vision Statement is:
York Rite Resurrection Society is dedicated to creating an organization that is well managed by highly motivated men with vision and leadership skills, which is attractive to interested Masons of good character, is well understood, is embraced by the family, and makes a positive impact on the quality of life through the reinforcement of high moral values.
The Mission Statement is:
The York Rite is a society of Master Masons whose Mission is to improve its members by teaching, training and encouraging members to emulate in daily life the principles of Brotherly Love, Tolerance, Charity, and Truth while actively embracing the highest social, moral, and spiritual values.

York Rite improves individual character through the lessons taught in the degrees and through leadership training and relevant programs and promotes belief in a Supreme Being and brotherly love amongst all people regardless of race, color, creed or religion.

Empowering our members to enhance the communities in which they live by demonstrating their understanding of fellowship, compassion, and dedication to their God, their family and their country.

The York Rite Resurrection Society is dedicated to creating a financially sound organization which leads by example.
There are some excellent articles on this site discussing the problems facing Freemasonry today and possible solutions to this. I encourage all to read the articles and I commend the Companions and Sir Knights for their endeavors to better our Fraternity.


  1. You say they are "out of Colorado." Okay. But, which state are they "in"?

  2. The website is attached to the Colorado Springs York Rite. Colorado Springs is about 2-hours south of Denver, Colorado.