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Jodo Shinshu
Sebastopol, California
 
Historic Enmanji Buddhist Temple est 1928

Due to potential inclement weather, January Shotsuki Hoyo Service is rescheduled for 2/5/2023 at 2PM (PST).

Will serve as a combined January/February Shotsuki Hoyo Service.

We appreciate your understanding.    

In-person Services at Enmanji Temple

 

In-person services are held at the Enmanji Buddhist Temple on selected Sundays.  Please refer to the monthly calendar on this website for the dates and time.  All are welcome.

To attend an in-person service our Safety Committee has a few protocols that should be followed.  Everyone who attends a service should have been Covid vaccinated.  If you have not already presented your vax to us in the past please bring your card with you.  Once you have presented your card you will no longer be asked to do so again.  We will be keeping a list of individuals who have presented their vaccination information to us.

The service reservation requirement we once observed is no longer taking place.   All attendees of our in-person services are to be masked.


 

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Special Presentation

Minister's Assistant George Thow explains the history of the hondo (main hall) and how it came to Sebastopol California in 1935 from Japan. view video

History

The Enmanji Buddhist Temple has an unusual beginning in that the Buddhist Sunday School and the affiliated Japanese Language School had their beginning in 1926, before the establishment of the temple itself. 

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