Please follow their instruction there on how to do it.
59TH ZENSHUJI OBON CARNIVAL - July 8th & 9th
Zenshuji Obon Carnival is coming soon. This is our biggest fundraiser of the year.
We need everyone’s help to make this event a success. Please volunteer whenever you
can. Thank you for your continuous support for Zenshuji. We will update the event
schedule and parking information when available.
June 25 - Chochin Hanging/Garden Cleaning/Omigaki - 9 am
July 2 - Container Cleanup - 9 am
July 6 - Booth Construction - 5 pm
July 7 - Preparation - all day
July 8 & 9 Zenshuji Obon Carnival - all day
July 11 - Carnival Clean up - 5 pm
There are printed flyers at the temple office. Please take some
and distribute to shops and restaurants in your neighborhood.
No Zazen on June 25th, July 2nd, July 8th & 9th due to the Obon
and the preparation. Please join us for the Obon.
ZEN AEROBICS Class Continues
Thanks to the interest and support for Zenshuji’s new Zen Aerobics, the class is
now scheduled to continue beyond its original ending date. Starting on May 7th, the
class will continue for 38 Sundays from 3 to 5 pm.
Zen Aerobics: A Healthy Living Class is a program based on the teachings of Shakyamuni
Buddha. The goal of the class is to improve and maintain health and spiritual well
being using the Shorinji Kempo self defense philosophy that the body and mind are
one, 拳禅一如, Ken Zen Ichi Nyo. The students will be instructed 1) Body Strengthening
2) Spiritual exercises, 3) Relaxation techniques.
Instructor: Ted Uekuma, 7th-Dan Shorinji Kempo South Bay Branch Master and Associates
Location: Zenshuji Social Hall
Donation: $20 a month
Please make your reservation at firstname.lastname@example.org or
call the temple at 213-624-8658.
Funding of this program has been made possible by a grant
from KEIRO. For more information, visit www.keiro.org
NEED DONATION for OBON WHITE ELEPHANT BOOTH
Please donate for this worthy cause - your Temple! (No used clothing, however.) Please
bring your items to the temple to the attention of Mrs. Kay Soo Hoo or Rev. Kojima.
Please contact the temple (213) 624-8658 for any questions.