What Makes an EcoSangha?

Buddhism, Ecology, Community

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

Being a Buddhist means being a conservationist and an ecologist

The EcoSangha seminar will be a day long event consisting of guest speakers Dr. Duncan Ryuken Williams (author of American Sutra), Dr. Jason Wirth of Seattle University and the temples own Reverend Don Castro.

It will start with a short morning service and welcome message at 9:30am and will run throughout the day with varying speakers and workshops until 4:30 in the afternoon. The day will close out with George Draffan of the NorthWest Dharma Association mediating a discussion on Buddhism and Ecology.

Lunch will be included in the cost of your registration and there will be a discounted price for students. The cost to register is as follows

$25 – Adults

$15 – Students

You may register online here. Or you can download and print the registration forms and drop them off at the temple office with cash or a check. Registration closes on April 15th.

This is a great opportunity for people and Buddhist’s of different groups and denominations to gather together for discussion on a topic that affects everyone. We urge you to join us for an awesome day where we can all share our thoughts and widen our world views.

EcoSangha Seminar Registration Form