Please follow their instruction there on how to do it.
SOTO ZEN NORTH AMERICA VIDEOS
Soto Zen Shumucho (administrative offices) made videos to show our activities in
North America. The first one will show you the current stream of Soto Zen in North
America, how the Zen is synchronizing in the daily life of the people who live there.
In the second one, almost 100 year-history in North America can be seen including
Zenshuji. Soto Zen Buddhism was originally begun for Japanese immigrants. But now,
there are so many Zen centers for the practitioners in North America.
The Advancement of Soto Zen
in North America
Soto Zen As a new style of living
AUGUST & SEPTEMBER 2018 EVENTS
AUG: 4th LABCC Summer Camp Ends
14th Board Meeting 7:30 pm
19th Fujinkai Meeting 10 am
Jizo-Bon, Monthly Service & Memorial 11 am
25th Dr. Kato’s Buddhism Lecture in English 11 am
26th Dr. Kato’s Buddhism Lecture in Japanese 11 am
SEP: 3rd Labor Day - Temple closed
9th Garden Cleaning 9 am
11th Board Meeting 7:30 pm
16th Fujinkai Meeting 10 am
Higan-E, Monthly Service & Memorial 11 am
Keiro-Kai Luncheon 12 noon
22nd Dr. Kato’s Buddhism Lecture in English 11 am
23rd Dr. Kato’s Buddhism Lecture in Japanese 11 am
30th Otakiage (Burning Ceremony) 11 am
TEMPLE MEMBERSHIP RENEWAL
It’s time to renew your temple membership. Please use the form here and mail it to
the temple with a check. Thank you very much for your continuous support!
HIGAN-E with BAKE SALE & KEIRO-KAI Luncheon - Sep 16th
Our O-HIGAN service from 11 am on Sunday, September 16th has a lot to enjoy. Not
just you get free Ohagi at the service, but also we have Bake & Craft sale by the
Nagamine family, followed by Keiro-Kai luncheon with Terakoya kids entertainment.
Please come and enjoy all the activities with us. For the Keiro-Kai luncheon’s bento
box lunch order, please contact the temple.
OTAKIAGE; Burning Ceremony - Sep 30th
We will have the Annual Burning Ceremony at Huntington State Beach on Sunday, September
30th. This event is to have a burning service for all those religious and important
items that you do not want to just throw away. We have burned successful darumas
(both eyes colored in), butsudan from deceased relatives, personal family items that
are no longer wanted, pictures, etc. We hope that you will be able to attend
this event but if you can’t, call the ministers at Zenshuji to make arrangements
or answer any questions you might have. The temple provides a tent, tables and
chairs, hamburgers and hotdogs for a luncheon after the ceremony. We pot-luck any
side dishes. The kids and adults enjoy the dip in the ocean while others sit and
enjoy the company. Please join us and have a relaxing few hours at the beach.