In this modern world it’s easy to get swept away by our busy and complicated lives. Whether it be travelling to and from our many scheduled activities, caring for our loved ones, or being plugged in to one of our many devices, our minds are constantly running. Taking the time to stop, breathe, and realize the beauty in everything around us is something everyone can benefit from.
One of the most common things we hear from people when they first walk into our temple is the sudden feeling of calm that comes over them. Our temple is specially designed to do just that…to make you feel peace. […]Read More
New to Toronto Buddhist Church? Welcome. We are a Jodo Shinshu Temple and would love to meet you. Here’s some helpful information about us.Read More
Visit our Calendar page to find out about the exciting events we have planned for the month. We offer activities and workshops for everyone.Read More
Keep up to date on Temple activities by reading our monthly newsletter.Read More
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December 09, 2018
NOTICE OF ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING OF THE MEMBERS OF TORONTO BUDDHIST CHURCH Date: Sunday, January 20, 2019 Time: 1:00 pm Read More
December 09, 2018
The annual bazaar was held on Saturday November 10th and we welcomed the day with gusty winds, some snow and colder Read More
November 18, 2018
Congratulations and Thank you! On Sunday, October 21, we celebrated and thanked our 2018 Ontario Volunteer Service Award Read More
It’s the most wonderful time of the year! Please join us on Saturday December 29th at 9am for our annual TBC Sangha Mochi Tsuki – all volunteers are welcome! It has been a Toronto Buddhist Church tradition for many years to gather at our Temple just before New Year’s with our families and friends and […]Read More
In Japan, it is a Buddhist tradition to ring the temple bell 108 times at or around midnight on New Year’s Eve. Why 108 times? The 108 represent the number of blind passions that we humans suffer from which prevent us from realizing the joy of the Buddha Dharma and enlightenment. Mathematically this is from: […]Read More
Whether you are new to TBC or returning after a period of time, we are always happy to see you! Come visit us on Sunday morning at 11:00 a.m. for service.
Don’t miss out, listen here for an informative Dharma talk by Rev. Grant Ikuta!