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Seattle Betsuin Buddhist Temple

Seattle Betsuin Buddhist Temple | Japanese-City.com

Location Information

1427 South Main Street
Seattle, WA 98144

To promote, protect and share the Buddha, Dharma and Sangha. Our ultimate goal is to make your time with us as informative and helpful as possible. Whether you are a long-time member, or a first-time visitor who wants to experience what we have to offer you, we extend a warm welcome. If you come to our Temple, please don't hesitate to ask someone for information. We are here to assist with whatever level of participation you may be seeking. If you are visiting this site to satisfy a curiosity rather than to make a more personal connection, we wish you well and hope you find what you need here.

With this web site, we hope to answer some basic questions that you may have regarding our Temple, including a brief discussion of our history (Who We Are), a description of some of the organizations, the different programs we offer (What We Offer), a short description of our religious services, including some basic temple etiquette (More About Us: The Sunday Morning Service), and a calendar of upcoming events (Event Calendar).

We hope that you enjoy your time with us and consider becoming a part of our religious community known as the Sangha. If you are already a member of the temple, then please let us greet you by saying, 'Welcome home.'

Contact


Phone: (206) 329-0800
Website: Click to Visit
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