The Sangha Covenant

The Sangha Covenant

 "We the Daishin Koku-Ji Sangha, with respect for the worth and dignity of each person, with wonder at the wisdom and compassion we seek to cultivate by practice, and with deep gratitude for the teachers of this lineage and our connection to one another, covenant to support each other by upholding the precepts of doing no harm, practicing good, and actualizing good for others."
 
- Sangha Covenant, Buddhist Temple of Toledo

A Jukai initate class visits the Temple Hermitage at Black Oak Farm.

A Jukai initate class visits the Temple Hermitage at Black Oak Farm.

Hanging out and laughing together during lunch break at a day retreat at the Temple.

Hanging out and laughing together during lunch break at a day retreat at the Temple.

The Jukai Class of 2012 planting a Willow Tree that they gave to Rev. Rinsen and Rev. Do-on in Thanks!

The Jukai Class of 2012 planting a Willow Tree that they gave to Rev. Rinsen and Rev. Do-on in Thanks!

Rev. Rinsen officiates at the wedding of Ellie and Olman!

Rev. Rinsen officiates at the wedding of Ellie and Olman!

Rev. Do-on Officiating the Wedding of Meikun and Gojin

Rev. Do-on Officiating the Wedding of Meikun and Gojin

The Temple is host to many music events. Here Rev. Rinsen can be seen sitting in with Sumkali at a pre-concert sound check.  Click the photo for a video snippet from the performance!

The Temple is host to many music events. Here Rev. Rinsen can be seen sitting in with Sumkali at a pre-concert sound check. Click the photo for a video snippet from the performance!

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Buddhist Temple of Toledo
6537 Angola Road,
Holland, Ohio 43528

(567) 297-0108

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MISSION
The Zen Buddhist Temple of Toledo is a not-for-profit organization fostering the teachings of Zen Buddhism as adapted to Western cultural forms and traditions by providing training in the disciplines, practices, and devotions of Zen Buddhism and by providing suitable surroundings, instruction, and support for the teaching and practice of Zen Buddhism.