Time and Date
Saturday, 26 November (1:00 – 3:00 pm)

London Buddhist Centre
(Broadcast through Zoom)

Open to Anyone

26th anniversary of RKUK

We reflect on the significance of establishing Rissho Kosei-kai of the UK (RKUK). As a part of Rissho Kosei-kai’s global community, RKUK was founded on 15 December 1996 in Oxford, based on the ethos that the people of the UK could attain liberation through the teachings of the Lotus Sutra. We express our gratitude and renew our vows to engage in bodhisattva practice for the welfare of others.

By revering the Buddha through the sincere recitation of the Lotus Sutra, we remember and praise his virtues and teachings and express our deep gratitude to Founder and Cofounder, who established RK and guided us to the Lotus Sutra, as well as the senior practitioners of RKUK.
Our fellow member will be sharing his Dharma journey talk, in which we can recognise ourselves. Rev Akagawa, Director of RK International and Head Minister of London Centre, will join us online to present his Dharma talk. Good opportunity to get connected with other practitioners with refreshments after the ceremony.

This event is open to anyone, including non-members. We are happy to welcome you all. You can keep your mic and video off.

Online Programme
Please feel free to contact us from the form below with the event’s name in the enquiry by the day before. The host will get back to you soon.

Free. Your donation would be highly appreciated.



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