The Calgary Buddhist Temple will be holding our annual Chow Mein Supper on Saturday, October 20, 2018 from 4:30 to 8:00 PM at the temple (658 1st Ave NE). Tickets are $20 (you can either eat-in or take out). We will be selling various Japanese-themed
At long last we have completed the temple columbarium previously announced as part of our building renovation plans.
The columbarium room is located to the right of the naijin area.
We have a couple of niche options available.
The standard niche is designed for the
Sunday, March 4 and Monday March 5 208 – Cash Casino 4040 Blackfoot Trail SE
If you can volunteer for this very important Temple fundraiser, please contact me or sign up online. Support of these casinos are so important to maintaining our beautifully renovated temple
Thanks to everyone who has contributed to the CBT Capital Campaign. Since the spring of 2014, we have raised over $800,000 of or $1,000,000 goal through pledges, donations and fundraising activities. We are still actively fundraising to pay off the remaining portion of our debt
The renovations started at the Temple mid-July and currently demolition is underway inside and out. You can follow the progress of our renovations and our fundraising efforts through the monthly New Temple Update newsletters. Click on the months: June, July, August/Sept.
Regular Sunday Services will resume on Sunday July 6th at 10:30AM
and will now be temporarily located at the
King George Masonic Hall
2323 Osborne Crescent SW
There is a parking lot behind the hall, and some street parking in the front.
The Capital Campaign for our new temple was launched with a presentation by board member, Jackie Robb, and Renovation committee chair, Laura Sugimoto, at the Lethbridge Hanamaturi service on April 6, and we are off to a great start! Our goal is to raise $1
BIG EVENTS at the Calgary Buddhist Temple in the next coming weeks, important enough to ask you to read this.
Saturday, JUNE 7 – 49 Day Service for SK Ikuta Sensei at the Calgary Buddhist Temple
An opportunity to pay your respects in town,