Happy Birthday RBC & 4th of July BBQ! July 4th 5 - 7pm All are welcome to join in the celebration of RBC's 30th anniversary and our nation's Independence Day! Please bring a salad or dessert and something to throw on the BBQ! We will have lawn games too!
The Eikyoji Institute of America (originally located at 548 California Avenue) was established as a non-profit organization in 1989 by Alicia O. Matsunaga and Daigan L. Matsunaga with the wishes and dreams of Americans who wanted to see Buddhism take root in Nevada and offer the wisdom and practices of Buddhism to further benefit the country.
They established Reno Buddhist Church as a Sangha of non-denominational Buddhists (although affiliated with Jodo Shinshu Pure Land denomination of Japanese Buddhism). In 1993, the EIA purchased the RBC Plumas St. property from the Lighthouse of God Church on November 29, 1993. The adjacent Shasta House was also purchased at this time along with the parking lot on the south side of Taylor St.
The RBC congregation (or Sangha) is made up of folks from all walks of American life.
We are American Buddhists.