About the Shriners
Brotherhood, Fun, Family, and Philanthropy come together. Shriners combine doing good things with good times.
Become a Shriner
Although there are many men who have chosen to become Shriners, there's room for many more to join us.
In 1870 a group of men in New York City pondered on the idea of combining fun and philanthropy. The rest is history...
Our Monthly Newsletter
Stay informed! Our monthly newsletter, The Moslemite, is the best way to keep up to date on all the news, events, philanthropic efforts, and general goings on of the Detroit Shriners.
Send us your articles, photos, and other content for the next Moslemite magazine via our submission form.
The Shriners Divan is a “Board of Directors" or “Executive Council" of our organization. It serves as the management team for both the fraternal and business activities of our temple.
Please make note of updated dates and locations. The Baked Potato Bar is now August 15th. Comedy Night is now August 19th, and has moved to One Night Stans Comedy Club
Being a Shriner has helped so many men and their families live a fuller life through philanthropy, fellowship, and fraternity. Shriners maintain a high level of credibility and integrity in every aspect of their life. Nobody is perfect. Shriners are not perfect. We're simply individuals wanting to be part of something bigger than ourselves. We're inviting you to learn more. Find out if being a Shriner is right for you.
The Shrine Circus. The Sportsman's Raffle. There are endless opportunities to be a part of making great things happen in our community. The fund raising efforts support the benevolent actions of our fraternity.
It's more than clowns. It's numerous clubs and units that cover a wide variety of interests. Shriners make it easy for every member to find a perfect fit for any individual.
Service, Family, and Community
Detroit Moslem Shriners are a group steeped rich in tradition, but have a mission that is thoroughly current and topical – strong family and helping children. We are a brotherhood, with a family component. Our fraternity of professionals, retirees, and men of all walks of life are committed to the same goal, that of service, family and community. We have a list of groups and units that all participate in many independent and group events to appeal to all interests.
The common thread of philanthropy resonates through our fraternity, with our underlying goal of supporting Shriner’s Hospitals for Children. Our hospitals provide advanced care for children with orthopedic conditions, burns, spinal cord injuries, and cleft lip and palate. Our hospitals along with our activities are supported through the donations of our membership and the community.
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In The News
It was a beautiful ceremony and our Moslem Shrine Temple Highlanders Band led by Director Scott Clark led the way.
There were Boy Scouts and Girl Scouts and about 20 Lady "Rosie the Riveters" also attended.
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