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.

Bon Odori July 15, 16/No AM Sunday Service July 16

Celebrate the 85th anniversary of Bon Odori, Seattle’s annual Japanese cultural festival to honor ancestors and friends who have passed. 

Dates and times are July 15, 4-10 pm and July 16, 3-8 pm.

As always, you can expect to see taiko drumming, martial arts demonstrations, and history on display. There will ...

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Next Buddhist book group August 5

The next meeting will be August 5.

We will discuss Nukumori/Warmth by Takayuki Ashikaga.  Leonora Clarke will be ordering copies. Also, there may be one or two copies at the Buddhist Churches of American bookstore.

The meetings take place in the Memorial Hall from 9:30-11:30am.  There will be a brown ...

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Buddhist Women's Conference returning after a year's hiatus

After a year's hiatus, the temple's almost-annual Women in Buddhism conference is returning September 23, 2017.

The theme for the day is "Buddhist Paths: Women's Choices."

Three outstanding guest presenters have committed to sharing their knowledge and expertise that day: Rev. Carol Himaka, resident minister of Southern Alameda County Buddhist Church; ...

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Participate in Fred Meyer rewards and benefit temple

For those who have signed up for Fred Meyer Rewards Card to benefit the Seattle Buddhist Temple, please look for an email from the Fred Meyer Community Rewards Program and re-enroll in the program.  The re-enrollment program runs from June 1, 2016 to June 30, 2016.  ...

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Five ways to support Seattle Buddhist Temple

1. Open up a Bartell Drugs Community Caring Card and present the card at check-out. Qualifying purchases earn up to 4% as a donation from Bartell to the Temple. There is no additional cost to you, as the donation is part of their community benefit plan.

Simply pick up ...

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