District 23 Master Mason Association - Any Master Mason in good standing can belong. Meetings are on same dates as District Schools of Instruction
Lodge Locator - This takes you to the Grand Lodge of Florida where you can search for any Lodge in the Statee by Address or just Zip Code
The Florida Mason - An online version of the Florida Mason Publication hosted by The Most Worshipful Grand Lodge of Free & Accepted Masons of Florida
A Page About Freemasonry - Quite possibly the world's oldest Masonic Website Est. 1994
Circumscribe - A portal hosted by the Grand Lodge of Florida for Masons to keep their information up to date.
Masonic Home - the Masonic Home of Florida is available to all applicants, including non-Masons. The Home provides assisted living which is help with the activities of daily living. Many Residents are independent, but need this assistance in the future.
USA Grand Lodges - A page with dedicated links to Links to all USA Grand Lodges
The York Rite is one of the appendant bodies of Freemasonry that a Master Mason may join to further his knowledge of Freemasonry. The three primary bodies in the York Rite are the Chapter of Royal Arch Masons, Council of Royal & Select Masters or Council of Cryptic Masons, and the Commandery of Knights Templar, each of which are governed independently but are all considered to be a part of the York Rite
Grand York Rite of Florida - The official State website for all three grand lines
York Rite Freemasonry Home Page - Hundreds of links to all things related to York Rite and Freemasonry in general
Tampa York Rite - on Facebook
The Ancient & Accepted Scottish Rite of Freemasonry, commonly known as the Scottish Rite, is one of several groups that are part of the worldwide fraternity known as Freemasonry. The Scottish Rite is the largest and most widely practiced Masonic Rite in the world and employs a lodge system.
Valley of Tampa - Orient of Florida - The official website for the valley of Tampa Scottish Rite. A great place to find out about the latest events and meeting dates.
Contrary to popular belief, the two supreme councils were not a result of the US Civil War. The Southern Jurisdiction was formed in 1801 and the Northern Masonic Jurisdiction was formed in 1813, largely for administrative efficiency.