On Sunday, January 24, 2021, from 1:00 – 2:30 pm MST, register to attend this online workshop that’s open to all!
The threat of developing Alzheimer’s is often one of our greatest fears as we age. While traditional views of Alzheimer’s see it as a
The Holiday Season is near and we are all starting to feel the isolation associated with not being able to gather with family and friends in celebrating long standing traditions. In the tradition of helping others, The Calgary Buddhist Temple have once again agreed to
On Saturday, December 12th at 2:00 pm Mountain Time, come join the members of the Calgary Buddhist Temple for a fascinating look into the world of Japan’s national drink with Yasuhiro Washiyama, Co-Managing Director of Sake Gami in Calgary. Everyone is welcome to attend this
The Calgary Buddhist Temple would like to congratulate Sensei Robert Gubenco on his achievement of being appointed by the Jodo Shinshu Hongwanji-ha Buddhist organization as a Kaikyoshi minister to Canada on December 01, 2019 AND assignment to the Calgary Buddhist Temple. The certificate of achievement
Watch – Live from Tokyo! The Temple Sangha Engagement was honored and thrilled to have Rev Ken Tanaka speak to us on “Living with the Pandemic from a Buddhist Perspective“.
You can watch the recording on: https://youtu.be/dPiKQOpX11k
Tanaka Sensei is the renowned author
The following workshops are open to everyone and will be held online using Zoom. Please register early and support the continued coordination of these workshops. There’s no fee to attend and donations to the temple are appreciated.
An Hour of Laughter, Joy and Peace
Based on the level of government restrictions, our Obon Schedule is subject to change but let’s stay positive and continue to be safe!
Obon is a time to express our gratitude to loved ones who have passed on before us. Without them, we would not
PLEASE NOTE THAT AS OF NOV 25, 2020, THE TEMPLE HAS DECIDED TO SUSPEND IN-PERSON ATTENDANCE FOR SUNDAY SERVICES UNTIL THE NEW YEAR.
At this time, a limited number of people can attend a Sunday service in person but you MUST PRE-REGISTER in advance. If interested,
Tatsuya Aoki, the minister of the Vancouver Buddhist Temple as well as Socho or Bishop of the Buddhist Temples of Canada, has written this statement on racial justice to share.
“Kue Issho: meet together in the same world”
“The blue flowers emit a blue
As a sign of the times, the Calgary Buddhist Temple will be holding 2 engaging workshops in June using “Zoom”, a web-based video conferencing tool.
1. Getting to the Bottom of It – Sunday, June 7th at 1:00-2:00 pm MST
Pelvic Floor Dysfunction in women