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The mission of the Seattle Buddhist Church is “to promote, protect and share the Buddha, Dharma and Sangha.” We hope you find what you need here to join or deepen your connection to our religious community known as the Sangha.

Change in Sunday meditation time

Starting Sunday, May 31, the weekly meditation session is moving from an 8:45 a.m. start time to a 10:55 a.m. start time. Immediately following the regular 10 a.m. Sunday English-language service, anyone interested in meditation will meet in the room to the left of the foyer  -- as you enter ...

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Save the date: Bon Odori Festival, July 18, 19

The annual Bon Odori Festival will take place on July 18 and 19.  See link for festival hours and for dance practice dates and times.

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Northwest District Buddhist Convention highlights

Links to video taken at the NW District Buddhist Convention on February 14th, 2015.

Rev. Harry Bridge's keynote address

A collection of convention videos courtesy of White River Buddhist Temple.

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2015 Kids Summer Program

Theme: “Clothing of Japan”
June 22-June 26, 2015
9:30 am - 3:00 pm

 Activities:
* Daily Buddhist Service
* Japanese Language Intro
* Taiko Drumming, Japanese Songs & Martial Arts,
* Japanese Cooking, Crafts & Games
* Japanese American “Nikkei” Culture
* Visit and Perform at the Keiro Nursing ...

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June 6 Buddhist study group meeting

Saturday, June 6 -- Rev. Kurt Rye from Ekoji Temple will be leading our discussion.   The book "A River to Live By: The 12 Life Principles of Morita Therapy by Dr. Brian Ogawa."  It is available on Amazon both in the paperback and Kindle edition.

 

 

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2015 College Scholarship Information

HIGH SCHOOL:  The Seattle Betsuin Tsujihara Family Memorial Scholarship Grant and Seattle Betsuin Continuing Education Grant are offering scholarships to high school seniors graduating in 2015. More information here.

COLLEGE:  If you are a student currently enrolled and completed one year of college, the Masaru & Mitsuma Shimokon Scholarship ...

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