The temple can use: bottled water, domestic postage stamps, international airmail stamps, 8 ½ x 11 copy paper, a peppermill, 2 x 2” post it notes, non-perishable foods, peanut butter, honey, white rice, nuts, raisins, almond milk, soy milk, toilet paper, birdseed, solar Malibu lights for our outdoor shrines and along the paths, white 3” wide candles, bars of soap, paper towels.


"May the offerings we make here show our gratitude and joy to all living things."
                               Offertory from Morning Service

In Gratitude
The temple received generous donations of food and drink as always, as well as contributions of firewood, hand cream, Vitamin C, a lightweight vacuum cleaner, a frying pan, laundry detergent, a movie, help with cleaning, transportation, printing and mailing.

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A Temple of the Order of Buddhist Contemplatives
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