Our Temple broadcast some of our Services such as Morning Service and Shodaigyo Meditation. You will need to be a member of Google +, you can find us at "Nichiren Buddhist Sangha of Greater New England". If not a member of Google + you will need to make a Google + account here.Once you are a member of Google+: Add us to your circles.
Please remember to keep down feedback the sound is turned down here at the Temple so we will not be able to hear you. If you are experiencing problems before the service starts call us on the above number.
You will need a Shodaigyo sheet or Sutra book to follow along. Please see the links above to how you can get these tools for practice.
You can also subscribe to our You Tube page on YouTube. Our page is Nichiren Buddhist Sangha of Greater New England. Just go on You Tube, look up our page and subscribe.
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Sunday Service in Houston
The Houston Temple live streams their sunday service on Ustream. If you would like to watch the service they usually begin at 9:00 a.m. Central Time.This is a live stream, so you will need a high speed connection to the web.
Live video chat by Ustream
Sunday Service in North Carolina
The Charolette North Carolina Temple live streams their sunday service on Ustream. If you would like to watch the service they usually begin at 10:00 a.m. Eastern Time.This is a live stream, so you will need a high speed connection to the web.
The nichirenshubuddhism Yahoo group is a good place to learn more about Nichiren Buddhism. It focuses on Nichiren Shu doctrine and practice. The group is moderated by a Nichrien Shu minister. The group welcomes all people to come and participate in the discusions or to get answers to their questions. Moderated by Rev. Ryuei McCormick of the San Francisco Nichiren Buddhist Sangha.
Nichiren Channel (News Network) - A webpage with video articles on Nichiren Shu in Japan (In Japanese).
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