The Calgary Buddhist Temple has a limited number of custom printed, adjustable twill face masks available. These made in Canada masks are triple layered with two inner natural cotton knits and are available in two colours (black and white) and three sizes (Adult regular, Adult
After careful consideration, the Calgary Buddhist Temple has decided to discontinue in-person attendance at Sunday morning services due to climbing COVID-19 infection rates. Although our temple attendance procedures since re-opening in July has been rigorous and well within the health measures announced by the Alberta
We can’t have our Dharma Time for the young members of our Sangha every Sunday without your help! Please SIGN-UP and volunteer to host a 30 minute class – this can be a lesson, craft, game(s), time in the park, or even a Dharma-themed activity
Our 2018 Calgary Buddhist Membership form is now available in our membership section and will soon be available in print at the temple. Memberships are $100 per person with students (under 18) and seniors (65 & over) complimentary. Please consider taking out a membership to
Put in your order for “Have a Buddhaful Day” T-shirt!
Kristen Michele is the big winner of our Buddhist caption for T-shirt contest with “Have a Buddhaful Day!” and Doug Hironaka has turned it into this beautiful design. They will be sold at our booth
THIS Sunday, June 11 after the service. Please join us as we need as many volunteers as possible – many hands make light work!
Please sign up if you’re available to be part of the Sangha and work together to clean the temple inside and
On June 18, join us for the Family Day Picnic and Outdoor Meditation & Service at Edworthy Park (Note: there will NOT be a service at the Temple on this day!)
Prior to the picnic, a short service and meditation will be held in the
Last Sunday, we had an unveiling of a beautiful new scroll of Prince Shotuko, generously donated by Mrs Teruko Ikuta in memory of her husband, Rev S.K. Ikuta. Prince Shotoku, (574 – 622 AD), is legendary in Japanese Buddhism for establishing Buddhist principles and ethics
Tomorrow, Thursday, January 26, we are hosting the Sikh group who will sing their scriptural music and give a short talk about their faith. We are very fortunate to have this opportunity as the musicians are visiting priests from India and will be
On Thursday, January 26, four Sikh priests will be joining our 7:30pm service. They will give a short talk about Sikhism and share their faith/practice through scriptural music and songs. Please come and join us!