Keiro Celebration

Every year, We honor our members who are 80 years or older at our Keiro Celebration. Keiro in Japanese means course or path. These senior members are honored for the years of service and leadership they have provided to this church. All are welcome and invited to participate. We are catering a special Bento Box lunch for $20.00 to be available that day. If you are interested in ordering a Bento for after the service call 741-1304 to order your lunch by May 7th

May Services

Sunday May 7 at 10:00 AM Dharma Service
Saturday May 13th at 11:00 AM Shotsuki- Hoyo Keiro Celebration. Keiro Luncheon
* $20.00 for a special Bento Lunch please call 741-1304by 5/7/2017 to order your lunch for that day.
Sunday May 14 No Dharma Service
Sunday May 21 at 10:00 AM Dharma Service
Sunday May 29 at 10:00 AM Dharma Service

April Services

April is the birthday month of the historical Buddha, Siddhartha Gautama, the Shakamuni Buddha.He is called the Shakamuni Buddha because he is from the Shakya region of India in the sixth century BCE.
Our Dharma Service will held on Sunday, April 9 at 10:00 AM. All are invited and welcome. Please come.
We will be celebrating his birthday on Saturday, April 15th at 11:00 AM, at our Hanamatsuri (Flower Festival) Service.
April 16, No Dharma Service
April 23, No Dharma Service (Federation of Dharma Teachers Association Conference)
April 30th at 10:00 AM Dharma Service. All are invited and welcome, please come.

Happy New Year

Happy New Year Everyone ! Our Services are back on a regular schedule, and is as follows:

January 5, Sunday at 10:00 AM Dharma Service

January 11, Saturday at 11:00 AM Ho-onko and Shostuki Hoyo Services Special Guest Reverend Y. Motoyoshi from Stockton

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January 19, Sunday at 10:00 AM Dharma Service

January 26, Sunday at 10:00 AM Dharma Service

Taiko Drumming is held every Thursday Night at 7:00 PM.


Everyone is welcome, please join us.

The Buddhist Flag

The Flag is a recent addition to Buddhism. Col. H. S. Olcott, who was born in New Jersey in 1907, first presented it in India. The flag is just a small part of his total contributions to Buddhism and his death date is still celebrated throughout India and South-East Asia. A large photo of him hangs in most of the Buddhist schools and colleges he helped to establish. Continue reading “The Buddhist Flag”