Rissho Kosei-kai
Buddhist Center of New York

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320 East 39th Street
New York, NY 10016
(39th St bet. 1st Ave & 2nd Ave.)
212- 867-5677
Fax: 212-697-6499

 

Misson of Rissho Kosei-kai Buddhist Organization

Our purpose is to provide a place for spiritual growth through the study and practice of Buddhist principles. We seek to support each other and our community in the development of awareness, compassion and peace.

Our goal is to have a teaching center where we can join with others to discover and celebrate spiritual growth. We endeavor to share our experiences with others to build a bond of integrity and strength within our community. A positive approach to learning that can be taken out into the world. Because we are all connected, we practice responsibility in all aspects of our lives. When you cast a stone into the water, the ripples extend far beyond the original action.

So, the effects of our actions often reach further than we realize. Through increased awareness and learning how to live in the moment, we have the chance to gain wisdom and compassion for ourselves and others. The path of Buddhism is inclusive and available to all.

 
 
 

Upcoming Events Rissho Kosei-kai Buddhist Center

Update: 08/20/2013

Lecture Buddhism & Happiness

  Thursday 9/5 6pm
7 Keys to change your destiny
Lecture by Prof. James Alfred Lynch
Brooklyn College
Please join us. Admission Free
   

Ceremony for Safe Driving

  Saturday, May 25 we will have a ceremony for Safe Driving throughout the year. Please enter your Automobile license plate number.with the Dharma Center before our 1:00 Service.
   

Prayers for Unborn Babies

  Sunday, June 23, 2013, Prayers for Unborn Babies will be held at 1:00 Service.
   
   
 
 
 
 
Founder's Birthday Ceremony
10/14 30th Anniv. Symposium
10/13 RKNY30th Anniv.
5/20/12 AIDS walk
Jyoshikai Lady's meeting
 
Rissho Kosei-kai New York Center for Engaged Buddhism