About MSA

About MSA 2017-07-25T14:40:24+00:00

Midwest Shrine Association

Regional Shrine Associations bring Shriners together to network, share ideas, and improve camaraderie. Naja Temple is part of the Midwest Shrine Association, which includes 14 Shrine chapters in Iowa, Minnesota, North Dakota, South Dakota, Wisconsin, Saskatchewan and Manitoba.

Member Temples

Aad Duluth, MN

Abu Bekr Sioux City, IA

Ahmed Marquette, MI

Beja Green Bay, WI

El Riad Sioux Falls, SD

El Zagel Fargo, ND

Kem Grand Forks, ND

Khartum Winnepeg, Manitoba

Naja Deadwood, SD

Osman St. Paul, MN

Wa Wa Regina, Saskatchewan

Yelduz Aberdeen, SD

Zor Madison, WI

Zuhrah Minneapolis, MN

MSA Conferences

The Midwest Shrine Association hosts two major functions each year. The winter session, held each February, is a business meeting for executive officers and key committee heads. All MSA Shriners are invited to attend the annual summer conference, which includes a variety of social events, all-Shriner parades, and Unit competitions. Attendance for the summer conference averages between 2,000 and 2,500 Nobles and their Ladies.

Hosting duties for the winter and summer sessions rotate each year. Naja Temple last hosted the events in 2005, and is set to host again in 2018.

Upcoming MSA Events

  • 2018:  Naja Shrine – Deadwood, South Dakota
  • 2019:  Yelduz Shrine – Aberdeen, South Dakota
  • 2020:  Wa Wa Shrine – Regina, Saskatchewan, Canada
  • 2021:  Abu Bekr Shrine – Sioux City, Iowa
  • 2022:  Beja Shrine – Green Bay, Wisconsin
  • 2023:  Osman Shrine – St. Paul, Minnesota
  • 2024:  Zor Shrine – Madison, Wisconsin