Posts from September 2013

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Hondo filled for “A Peace of Aloha” Interfaith Celebration with Sasaki Family

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candle with paper sacks on either side featuring figures adorned with peace symbols

For two hours on the evening of September 20, 2013, those attending the 2013 Peace Day Interfaith Celebration joined with relatives of Sadako Sasaki, students from Pacific Buddhist Academy (PBA), YBA, and members of other faith traditions for a moving and memorable evening of performances and remarks promoting peace. The event was emceed by Dustin […]

Dr. Mark Blum to deliver 2013 Futaba Lectures on October 12

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Buddhist Study Center (Google Maps image)

Please join us for the fifteenth annual Futaba Memorial Lectures to be presented on Saturday, October 12 at the Buddhist Study Center. Dr. Mark Blum will give two lectures: “Think Buddha – Say Buddha,” and “Shinran & the Nirvana Sutra.” Dr. George Tanabe will be the respondent. Please find complete details in the Betsuin Calendar.

The Holiday Craft Fair returns October 6!

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Holiday Craft Fair image collage from 2013

Mark your calendars for the highly anticipated Betsuin Holiday Craft Fair! It goes from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. in the Betsuin social hall. See more info in our Betsuin calendar.

Save the date – Pumpkins, Dharma, and Fun is Sunday, October 27

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Pumpkins, Dharma, and Fun - 10/27/13, Hawaii Betsuin Social Hall

Pumpkins, Dharma and Fun is this year’s Nembutsu Gathering sponsored by Honolulu Hongwanji District Council. Please join us Sunday, Oct. 27, 2013 from 8:30 am – 2:30 pm in the Hawaii Betsuin Social Hall. Members of all ages from all four Honolulu Hongwanji temples are welcome to participate in an event that combines the American […]

Give at Foodland and Sack’N Save through the end of September

by Stacy Bradshaw
display case with Betsuin news and announcements (decorative banner)

Once again the Hawaii Betsuin is participating in the Foodland and Sack’N Save “Give Aloha” program that runs through the end of September. By making a donation to the Hawaii Betsuin through the Give Aloha program, the Hawaii Betsuin will receive a percentage of a $350,000 fund which will be awarded once the program ends. […]