On the third Sunday of each month we hold our in-person Buddhist Service.
We welcome you to attend, to become a part of the Sangha. The Sangha is one of the three Buddhist treasures.
Please consider attending and experiencing why the Sangha is a treasure. Experience offers another level of understanding. For that reason, the Buddha Post will only have schedule content
Shin Services and Animal Memorial Service: this Sunday, October 17, 2021
The October service will include our
Animal Memorial Service
Shin Buddhism includes all sentient beings in our aspirations. Our animal memorial service offers a time to express love, sympathy and respect for all animals. It also offers a time to remember a beloved animal in our own lives. All are welcome to attend.
Please bring a photo or remembrance, see calendar at the end for details. All are welcome to come and express gratitude for the animals in our lives.
9:45 AM: Sitting mediation, all levels, including beginners
Shin Buddhist Service: Rev. Anita Tokuzen Kazarian
October Memorial Service
Animal Memorial Service (Please see below for details)
To include the name of a loved one or friend in the October Shin Buddhist Monthly Memorial Service, please email Rev. Anita. This is an expression of gratitude for those who have come before us and does not require they be Buddhist.
Special Animal Memorial Service
All are welcome, Buddhist or not…
Animal Memorial Service: Shin Buddhism includes all sentient beings in our aspirations. Our animal memorial service offers a time to express love, sympathy and respect for all animals. It also offers a time to remember a beloved animal in our own lives. All are welcome to attend.
If you wish, please bring a photo, collar, or other memento of your pet to temporarily place on the on the Naijin (altar) during this service. They will be returned. You may also write the name of your beloved pets on a piece of paper to place on the Naijin. This is a memorial service only for animals and pets who have gone before us. Note: we may not bring living animals into the building.
Center for Buddhist Education - September - November, 2021