page for the Seattle Betsuin Buddhist Temple, a Jodo Shinshu Buddhist Temple. The Seattle Betsuin is a member of the Buddhist Churches of America.
The Seattle Betsuin Buddhist Temple—also known as the Seattle Buddhist Temple or the The Seattle Buddhist Church—is in the Jodo Shinshu tradition under the mother temple of the Nishi Hongwanji in Japan. We are affiliated with the Buddhist Churches of America (BCA).
Wheel of Dhamra article from Rev. Yugo Fujita, resident minister of Salinas Buddhist Temple. Rev. Fujita lived in Seattle during his orientation time at Seattle Betsuin.
[04/24/17] Please note that 16th Avenue between Main St. and Jackson St. will be closed this Sunday (4/30) for a block party hosted by the WA State Labor Council. The parking lot behind the temple will be accessible from the Main St. alley entrance.
[04/17/17] Today at our Hanamatsuri service, Reverend Katsuya Kusunoki was introduced to the Sangha as our new Rinban (Head Minister). Bishop Umezu notified the temple of Kusunoki Sensei's promotion by Monshu Ohtani earlier in the week. Please join us in welcoming Rinban Kusunoki and his family to our Sangha!
Stand Against Suffering: An Unprecedented Call to Action by Buddhist Teachers
"one thing binds [Buddhists] together: our commitment to ease the suffering of all beings. The dharma is not an excuse to turn away from the suffering of the world, nor is it a sedative to get us comfortably through painful times. It is a powerful teaching that frees and strengthens us to work diligently for the liberation of beings from suffering."
(Thanks to Sangha Member Ann O. for the link)
lionsroar.com Thirteen leading Buddhist teachers call on Buddhists and all people of faith to take a stand against policies of the new administration.
Don't forget: Daylight Savings Time starts this Sunday; set your clocks ahead 1 hour.
Some pics from last year. Join us again this year for a delicious salmon dinner March 18!!
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