Whether you are new to Toronto Buddhist church 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 and stay afterwards to meet the Ministers, enjoy some refreshments and mingle with the Sangha (community).
Join us for Service Every Sunday
11:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m
Kids Service starts at 10:30 a.m. every 1st & 3rd Sunday, followed by activities from 11:00 a.m. to 12:00p.m.Get Directions
We know it can be intimidating when you enter a new Church so our goal is to make it as easy as possible. Toronto Buddhist Church is a place where you can meet new people, join groups of interest, listen to the Dharma or just enjoy the peaceful surroundings of the Temple.
Every Sunday morning, we offer service in the Hondo and then serve light refreshments in the Social Hall where you can meet new friends and share your experiences.
We take pride in our Temple and would love to share it with you!
If you are new, and would like to have someone meet you and show you around, please fill in the form below. We have members available to meet with you on the first and third Sunday of each month.
At the Temple we have many organizations that may be of interest to you. Each of these groups is distinctive, so explore each one and if you are interested, we can put you in touch with someone from that group.
If joining a group is not for you then feel free to come and attend Sunday service or participate in any one of our classes and workshops.
Reverend Christina Yanko was born in Regina, Saskatchewan, grew up in Claresholm, Alberta and moved to Calgary, Alberta to attend university.
At the University of Calgary, Rev. Christina received a double degree in English and Religious Studies (with a focus on Buddhism), as well as a Master of Arts in Religious Studies (Buddhism). She then studied in Berkeley where she received a second Master of Arts in Buddhism with a specialization in Jodo Shinshu ministry from the Institute of Buddhist Studies and Graduate Theological Union.
In September 2012, Rev. Christina travelled to Japan to receive her first level of ordination (Tokudo) and received her second and final level of ordination (Kyoshi) in December 2012.
In May 2013, Rev. Christina was assigned to the Toronto Buddhist Church.