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Orange County Buddhist Church (OCBC)


Orange County Buddhist Church (OCBC) | Japanese-City.com
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909 South Dale Avenue
Anaheim, CA 92804
 
Map of Orange County Buddhist Church (OCBC), 909 South Dale Avenue, Anaheim

The Orange County Buddhist Church (OCBC) is a religious institution located in Orange County, California, United States. It serves as a center for the practice and study of Buddhism, specifically following the teachings of Jodo Shinshu, a school of Pure Land Buddhism.

OCBC was established in 1946 and has since become one of the prominent Buddhist organizations in the region. The temple provides a welcoming and inclusive environment for individuals from diverse backgrounds who are interested in learning about and practicing Buddhism.

The physical structure of the Orange County Buddhist Church includes a traditional Buddhist temple, a cultural center, classrooms, meeting spaces, and a library. The temple serves as a place for regular religious services, meditation sessions, and ceremonies. It offers opportunities for individuals to engage in religious observances, including chanting, recitations, and Dharma talks delivered by resident ministers or visiting speakers.

In addition to its religious activities, OCBC also hosts various community events and cultural programs. These events may include festivals, workshops, lectures, and exhibitions that showcase Japanese culture, art, and traditions. The temple also has affiliated organizations and groups that cater to different age groups and interests, such as youth groups, women's associations, and study groups.

The Orange County Buddhist Church aims to foster a sense of community and spiritual growth among its members. It provides support and guidance to individuals seeking to deepen their understanding of Buddhism and its application in everyday life. The temple's teachings emphasize the significance of mindfulness, compassion, and gratitude in achieving spiritual awakening and living a meaningful life.

Overall, the Orange County Buddhist Church serves as a spiritual and cultural hub for the local Buddhist community in Orange County. It offers a place of worship, education, and fellowship, promoting the principles and values of Buddhism to its members and the broader society.

   

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