Moslah Shrine Patrol

Moslah Shrine Patrol is the oldest unit of the Moslah Shrine Center of Fort Worth, Texas. The Patrol was established in 1913, before the Moslah Shrine Center was even chartered (1915). The purpose of the Patrol is to become proficient in Military Drills and Tactics, and to support and promote such activities of Moslah Shrine Center as may be assigned by the Illustrious Potentate.

The Military Drill that we perform is a silent, close order, precision drill. It is composed of 24 Active Members, lasts approximately 10 minutes, and consists of over 1200 steps. During the year, we practice hard to achieve precise perfection of this drill. Each year we enter a statewide competition of the Texas Shrine Association (TSA). Moslah Patrol takes great pride in its rich history of winning that statewide competition, and has won more state championships than any other Patrol Unit in Texas.

Moslah Shifters

Moslah’s Shifters Motor Club.

Our club was established in 2020 and we currently have

48 members. We are a group of car and motorcycle enthusiasts – you do not have to have a classic

car or motorcycle to be a member, just share an enthusiasm for them. We attend car shows in the

area to promote Masonry as well as promoting our own car shows: one in July and another in

November. In addition, to our car show fundraisers, we participate in Temple fundraisers, such as the

Street Corner Collections in the spring and fall.

Shifters Business Meetings are bi-monthly on the 4th Monday of odd months in the basement meeting room at 6:30 (Jan,

March, May, etc.) Annual dues are $30.00, and your first-year dues gets you a club t-shirt.

You can be a Mason and be a member of the Shifters; you do not have to be a Shriner. Shifters Motor Club is a great introduction to the Shriners.

If you are a Mason and interested in becoming a member of the Shifters and becoming a Shriner, please contact President John Heim, Vice President Fulton Abadie, 2nd VP

Wallace Whitworth, Treasurer Brandon Reese, or Secretary Freddy Lopez.


Thank You,

John H. Heim III