Gomonshu Welcome Banquet Registration is Open!

On September 3rd, the Gomonshu-sama will be visiting the Northwest District Buddhist temples and the Seattle Betsuin will be hosting a welcome banquet. The Gomonshu is the head priest of our sect of Buddhism and we are extremely honored and excited to welcome him to the Pacific Northwest.

Reservations are available now for sustaining members of the NW District temples. Registration may be done online via the link below or through the attached form on this page. Forms can also be found via the temple office. Payment must be made at the same time as reservations in order to hold your spot.

Online Payment and Reservations for the Gomonshu Welcome Banquet

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“The Truth of Impermanence: The Core of Buddhism” with Dr. Nobuo Haneda

On Sunday May 5th, following our after service activities Dr. Haneda will be delivering a talk about impermanence and its place within Buddhism. He will share his message in the temple dining room and will start around 12:15. He will be available until about 2:15 to share, discuss and answer questions for our Sangha members.

Please come and experience this interesting and engaging topic!

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What Makes an EcoSangha

“In Touch with the Earth”

Registration with lunch is now closed. Some extra lunches will be available but in a limited quantity. Further registrations are welcome, but lunches will need to be brought or purchased from one of the numerous restaurants in the area.

On April 20th, the Seattle Betsuin is hosting an EcoSangha seminar on what it means to be part of an EcoSangha

Come and join us in exploring the ways that conservationism intersects with all forms of Buddhism. This event will feature Dr. Duncan Williams, Dr. Jason Wirth, and Reverend Don Castro as our honored guest speakers

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