Through the practice of Odaimoku ('Namu Myoho Renge Kyo') and a firm conviction that all beings are able to become Buddhas, we can discover and acquire the Buddha's heart of joy, compassion and equality.

A Buddhist practice of Shodaigyo Meditation can help us meet our inner Buddha.



Although not commonly known in western cultures, Buddhist meditation is not just a "silent sitting" practice. Chanting is also a form of Buddhist meditation. Our primary practice, in Nichiren Shu Buddhism, is known as Shodaigyo.


We offer a form of Buddhist practice based on the Lotus Sutra and the teachings of the 12th century monk Nichiren Shonin. We are the orthodox school practicing Mahayana Buddhism based on the Lotus Sutra.