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Welcome

 

Welcome, and thank you for visiting Nichiren Buddhist Kannon Temple of Nevada Website.

We are Mahayana Buddhists of the Nichiren Shu (order).

We hope that our website highlights the wide variety of worship, fellowship and service opportunities available. Please feel free to read more about our temple on this site, or come in for a visit.

Our Teachings

 

You will find many teachings here on this web page.  As you browse through the selections please ask your minister for help understanding the Dharma. It is through Practice and Study that we can find enlightenment.

Upcoming Events

March

  3rd (Sun) 10:30 a.m.                             Monthly Kito Blessing

10th (Sun) 10:30 a.m.                             English Service

17th (Sun) 10:30 a.m.                             Spring Ohigan Memorial Service

24th (Sun) 10:300 a.m.                           Shodaigyo (Chanting Meditation)

31st (Sun) No Service                           5th Sunday                              

April

  7th (Sun) 10:30 a.m.                            Hanamatsuri (Buddha's Birthday)

14th (Sun) 10:30 a.m.                            Monthly Kito Blessing

21st (Sun) 10:30 a.m.                            Shodaigyo (Chanting Meditation)

28th (Sun) No Service                         Visiting temple                                                      

Weekly Services

We will continue to hold services with limited in-person attendance and broadcast online via Zoom. For those interested in participating, please contact the temple at: kannontemplenv@gmail.com to obtain meeting ID and password. Donations can be made by check or through zellepay.com to kannontemplenv@gmail.com (see QR code below).

Dress Code

It is important to show respect when entering the temple by dressing appropriately. To do this, visitors should avoid clothing that is too revealing or suggestive. Shorts, tank tops, and other skimpy clothing should be avoided. Modest clothing that covers the shoulders and knees is suggested. Be comfortable, but mindful of those around you and to the Buddha, deities, and Nichiren Shonin.

Tea Time with a Priest

Wednesdays 6~7 p.m.

Kannon Temple is starting "Tea Time with a Priest" back up on Zoom. This is an open forum where you can ask any question that you may have on Buddhism, Nichiren Shu, my 100 Days Aragyo Training, or any other topic. Email temple for Meeting ID and Password.

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