We are a group of Canadians who are followers of the Jodo Shinshu "Shin" sect of Pureland Buddhism.
The community is joined together by the gladness of receiving the shinjin of Amida Buddha's Vow to embrace selflessly all beings with wisdom and mercy, without a trace of discrimination or prejudice, and that is, with no exceptions.
As Shin Buddhists, we seek to be humble and sincere in words and deeds, to be responsible citizens of our society. Understanding fully, the principle of causality, we do not practice petitionary prayer or magic and we do not depend on astrology or superstitions.
We hope that this site will give you a brief understanding of what our sect of Buddhism is all about. We wish you well on your quest for knowledge.
The best part of ourselves is each other. The best part of spiritual awakening is Other Power.
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Visit by his Eminence Sennyo Shonin, a direct descendent of the founder of Jodo Shinshu, visits the Manitoba Buddhist Temple. READ MORE IN THE EDITOR’S BLOG…
2015-16 Service Schedule Services begin at 10:30am unless indicated. Visitors are welcome. Sunday, November 22 SERVICE CANCELLED -Annual General Meeting 10:30 Sunday, November 29 -Regular Sunday Service Sunday, December 6 -Jodo-E (Bodhi Day Service) Sunday, December 13 -Monthly Memorial Service Sunday, December 20 -Regular Sunday Service & Dharma School Year End Party Sunday, December 27 -Regular Sunday Service Thursday, December 31 7:00PM -Joya-E Service (New Year’s Eve Bell Ringing Service)
Friday, January 1 11:00 AM -Shusho-E Service (New Year's Day Service) Regular services include meditation, chanting, discussionand sharing circle. Memorial services pay tribute to and recall the memories of the deceased. MORE INFORMATION…
Our Minister Re. Michael Hayashi is the resident minister of the Manitoba Buddhist Temple. Originally from Thunder Bay, he has also been a Buddhist minister in B.C. and most recently, the Toronto Buddhist Temple. READ MORE…
Manitoba Buddhist Temple 39 Tecumseh Street Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada R3E 0J8 (204) 774-9267 Free parking is available in the Health Sciences Centre parking lot 'H' across from the Temple, near Notre Dame Ave. during weekend and weeknight activities.