When:
October 15, 2017 @ 11:00 am – 2:00 pm
2017-10-15T11:00:00-10:00
2017-10-15T14:00:00-10:00
Where:
Hawaii Betsuin (enter parking from Lusitana St.)
1727 Pali Hwy
Honolulu, HI 96813
USA
Cost:
$10 per adult
Contact:
Hawaii Betsuin Office
808-536-7044
WHAT WOULD A BUDDHIST DO?
LIVING LIFE JODO SHINSHU STYLE…
2017 NEMBUTSU GATHERING
Sponsored by HONOLULU HONGWANJI COUNCIL and the OFFICE OF BUDDHIST EDUCATION

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This Nembutsu Gathering is an opportunity for people of all ages to listen to the Dharma, engage in dialogue and experience the dynamic teaching of responding to life “just as it is” with joy and gratitude.

Registration Fee: $10 per adult participant.

Registration Form » Please register by October 5.

Childcare will be provided for children 3 years and older. Lunch is included for adults and children.

Consider insights to questions like:

  • My life is chaotic and stressful with a career, marriage and raising children. What does responding to my life in a Buddhist way look like?
  • Furnishing care to aging parents is a struggle. What are Buddhist insights so that I may do the best I can?
  • What is so special about being an American Buddhist?
  • How do I respond in gratitude for this life?

Presenters

  • Reverend Shindo Nishiyama – Chief Minister, Hilo Betsuin; Resident Minister, Jikoen Hongwanji
  • Pieper Toyama – Educator; Former Head of School, Pacific Buddhist Academy; President, Honpa Hongwanji Mission of Hawaii.
  • Reverend Satoshi Ka’imipono Tomioka – Resident Minister, Puna Hongwanji

Registration Form »

*** Event information available at Honolulu temples and at the Hawaii Betsuin office, 808-536-7044. ***