The origin of The Feast of Tishri is described in the book of Leviticus where it is said that the Lord spoke unto Moses, saying that on the fifteenth day of the month of Tishri of the Hebrew civil calendar, "ye shall have gathered in the fruit of the land, ye shall keep a feast unto the Lord." The Feast of Tishri is the Hebrew equivalent of Thanksgiving or Harvest festival. The origins and significance of the Feast of Tishri make it the most Scottish Rite of festivals.
No other occasion epitomizes the character and purpose of the Feast of Tishri more wholly than the dedication of King Solomon’s Temple. The rich legendry of the Temple’s dedication, celebrated during the Feast of Tishri, is an essential part of the Fourteenth Degree.
By observing the Feast of Tishri, Scottish Rite Masons share the fraternal spirit and reaffirm our dedication to human concord and the brotherhood of all men. As Brothers, we resolve to build, as King Solomon did, peace for all mankind.
Reservations are $30/person. The evening will begin with social time at 5:45 p.m. Dinner will be a five-course meal inspired by dishes of the Middle East. We will recognize our 50-year members, and enjoy entertainment. Call the Scottish Rite at (402) 435-2144 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org for reservations.