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Long Beach Buddhist Church (LBBC)

Long Beach Buddhist Church (LBBC) | Japanese-City.com

Location Information

2360 Santa Fe Ave.
Long Beach, CA 90810

Long Beach Buddhist Church is a non-denominational Buddhist community established with the idea of practicing pure Buddhism and to be in keeping with the American way of life. 

The term 'non-denominational' or 'non-sectarianism' means that the Buddha's original and pure teachings are followed in their entirety. 

With non-sectarianism, an attempt has made to foster the growth of American Buddhism.

Contact

Phone: (562) 426-4014
Website: Click to Visit
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