in San Francisco
The Sangha regularly meets on Sunday at 3:00 pm at the Faithful Fools on Hyde street. Their is also a group that meets in Marin County on the fourth Sunday of each month and a group which meets for study of the Buddhist Cannon on the fourth Friday of each month.
You may also join the Sangha email group. Rev. McCormick will send out regular reminders to members through email. To sign up please email Rev. McCormick and let him know you are interested in regular reminders. Sryuei@aol.com
*The San Francisco Sangha uses Meetup as a calendar for events. Meetup is a free service but does require you to sign up for the service. The service allows you to recieve notices and emails about events and changes to events or can be set to not send notices. It also allows you to RSVP for events. Please consider signing up on the San Francisco Meetup group. Click the badge below to sign up.
Meetings are held at the Faithful Fools building located at
234 Hyde Street (map on directions page)
Fourth Sunday of each month in Marin County:
For more info and directions please call or email Rev. McCormick at (mobile) 415-350-9908 Sryuei@aol.com
Is a group of people interested in the indepth study of the Buddhist Cannon. They meet in the San Francisco area. If you would like to join them please call or email Rev. McCormick at (mobile) 415-350-9908 Sryuei@aol.com
Fourth Friday of each month:
The Nichiren Buddhist Sangha of San Francisco Hondo (main hall) at Faithfull Fools.
Oeshiki - On the way to a hot spa in Hitachi provence from Mt. Minobu to recover his heath, Nichiren Shonin's health declined. He rested at the Ikegami Munenaga's residence in present day Tokyo and could no longer continue his trip. On the morning of October 13, 1282, at 8:00 am, Nichiren Shonin ended his long life of spreading the Lotus Sutra for 60 years. The Oeshiki service is held to express our gratitude to our Founder. A Mondo parade is held the night before the Oeshiki Service at Honmon - Ji, the Temple located on the residence of Munenaga Ikegami. Honmon-Ji broadcasts the parade and service for those who would like to see. Please click the above link to go to Honmon-ji's webpage in English. The parade starts on October 12 at 8pm Japan time. The service begins October 13 at 7am Japan Time.
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