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Long Beach Buddhist Church (LBBC)

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2360 Santa Fe Ave.
Long Beach, CA 90810
 
Map of Long Beach Buddhist Church (LBBC), 2360 Santa Fe Ave. , Long Beach

The Long Beach Buddhist Church (LBBC) holds a significant presence within the vibrant community of Long Beach, California. Established in the early 20th century, it has become a focal point for individuals seeking spiritual guidance, cultural enrichment, and a sense of community. Nestled amidst the diverse tapestry of Long Beach, LBBC serves as a beacon of Buddhist teachings, offering a sanctuary for meditation, reflection, and connection.

The LBBC embraces a blend of traditional Japanese Buddhist practices and contemporary interpretations, catering to a diverse congregation of practitioners from various backgrounds and walks of life. Its serene ambiance, adorned with intricate architectural details and serene gardens, fosters an atmosphere of tranquility and introspection. Whether one seeks solace in moments of solitude or seeks fellowship within a supportive community, LBBC provides a space for both.

Beyond its spiritual offerings, LBBC plays an active role in the broader Long Beach community, engaging in outreach programs, cultural events, and educational initiatives. Through partnerships with local organizations and participation in interfaith dialogues, LBBC fosters understanding, compassion, and unity among different faith traditions. Its commitment to social justice and environmental stewardship reflects the compassionate ethos of Buddhist teachings, inspiring members to actively contribute to the betterment of society.

LBBC's impact extends beyond its physical walls, reaching individuals across geographical boundaries through digital platforms, educational resources, and collaborative endeavors. By embracing innovation while honoring tradition, LBBC remains relevant in an ever-changing world, inviting seekers of all ages to embark on a journey of self-discovery, mindfulness, and service. As a cornerstone of spiritual life in Long Beach, LBBC continues to uphold its legacy of wisdom, compassion, and community for generations to come.

   

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Phone: (562) 426-4014

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