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
Sharing with our congregation, services conducted by Rev. Tatsuya Aoki, the minister of the Vancouver Buddhist Temple as well as Socho or Bishop of the Buddhist Temples of Canada:
Hanamatsuri Service: https://youtu.be/BZCsXWpvGo8
April Shotsuki Service: https://youtu.be/QnARLXx8z-M
You are welcome to subscribe to his YouTube channel
The Jodo Shinshu Buddhist Temples of Canada (JSBTC) has just published a special edition of the Nenju News considering COVID-19. Dharma messages, links to Temples, and additional information is provided.
The British Columbia Jodo Shinshu Buddhist Temples Federation (BCJSBTF) Convention is being held in Kamloops, BC on September 27-29, 2019.
This is the first time for Kamloops to fully host a convention in over ten years and we look forward to welcoming you. Our theme
On Sunday, Dec 9, right after the Bodhi Day lunch, meet in the hondo to find out about the 2019 World Buddhist Women’s Convention, find out what the Women’s Federation does, and provide input on the direction of the WF locally.
Please remember to bring
“The Autumn season also typically signifies that JSBTC Day is soon upon us. This is a day when we all do our best to pay our respects and to commemorate all those who have preceded us in spreading the Dharma. Each Temple in our Kyodan