Invitation to Hybrid Sunday Service on March 27, 2022

Published March 25, 2022 by

Dear Moiliili Hongwanji Members and Friends,

I would like to invite you and your family to our Sunday Service on March 27, 2022, at 9:00 am


*We hold the Sunday Service in a hybrid setting. You can join us either in person or via Zoom.

  • Kansho (Temple Bell)
  • Meditation and Vandana & Ti-Sarana
  • Sutra Chanting: “Junirai” (*Service Book (PDF) is available online from here.)
  • Gatha: “A Special Place”
  • Dharma Message: Mrs. Teresa Shimogawa (Orange County Buddhist Church) Title: “It’s Not Going to End”
  • Reading: “Homages”
  • Nembutsu 
  • Acknowledgments & Announcements

In-Person: Anyone is welcome to attend in person. Wear a mask. No refreshment this time.
Online: Please click the Zoom link* to join in the service starting at 9:00 a.m.


  • Feel free to invite your family and friends to our Sunday Service. Your donation is greatly appreciated.  <Donate Now>
  • 4/3 Hawaii Buddhist Council Buddha Day: Speaker Dr. Glenda Nogami Streufert, Former Manager of Kauai Civil Defense Agency. Title: “Adapting & Responding to Uncertain Situations. Interaction with Others”. Information attached.  
  • 4/10 Moiliili Hongwanji Buddha Day Service with Rev. Toshiyuki Umitani.  Come to the temple to pour sweet tea over the baby Buddha😀
  • The White Way Radio Broadcasts
  • Moiliili Hongwanji Market Place

Toshiyuki Umitani
Resident Minister, Moiliili Hongwanji Mission 

*The Sunday Service Zoom link remains the same each week. To receive the Sunday Service Zoom link, please contact the office, or subscribe to our Weekly Email of announcements from our home page.

Additional announcements:

“The White Way” Radio Broadcast for March 19th, 2022

Our guest speaker for “The White Way” Radio Broadcast of March 19th was Dr. Dexter Mar. Dr. Mar is Vice President of Religious Affairs at the Honpa Hongwanji Hawaii Betsuin. This broadcast is sponsored by John and Laura Moriyama in memory of Mr. and Mrs. Seiji Yokota.

3/26 BCA CBE Seminar: Essentials of Jodo Shinshu Buddhism

The Buddhist Churches of America (BCA) Center for Buddhist Education (CBE) is presenting a seminar on the Essentials of Jodo Shinshu Buddhism.

When: Saturday, March 26th, 8 a.m. – 10 a.m. HST

Where: Online (Register to receive the Zoom link)

ABOUT THE SPEAKER Rev. Dr. Takashi Miyaji is currently a minister of Southern Alameda County Buddhist Church since August 1, 2020. In addition, he teaches at the Institute of Buddhist Studies located in Berkeley, California. His previous assignment as a minister was at Tacoma Buddhist Temple from December 2017 to July 31, 2020.

He graduated from the University of California at Berkeley with a Bachelor’s Degree in Philosophy and Japanese language and literature, Institute of Buddhist Studies at Berkeley, California with a Master’s in Buddhist Studies, Ryukoku University in Kyoto, Japan with a Master’s Degree in Shin Buddhist Studies, and completed the doctoral coursework at Ryukoku University. He specializes in the areas of Japanese Buddhism and religion, translation of Buddhist scripture, and Jodo Shinshu doctrine and ethics.

Miyaji received his Tokudo and Kyoshi qualifications at the Honpa Hongwanji school located in Kyoto, Japan. He also obtained the academic ranking of hokyō recognized within Hongwanji. He most recently completed his doctoral dissertation entitled, “Shin Buddhist Ethics,” through Ryukoku University.

See full list of upcoming CBE events.

3/27 Sunday Service: Speaker Mrs. Teresa Shimogawa (Orange County Buddhist Church)

Our March 27th lay speaker will be Teresa Shimogawa of Orange County Buddhist Church.

The title of her talk will be “It’s Not Going to End.”

4/2 CAN DO Seminar: Dr. Michael Cheang


in partnership with


would like to invite you to their second

CAN DO Seminar

featuring Dr. Michael Cheang of UH Manoa

April 2nd, 2022
from 3 PM – 5 PM.



(Google Forms)

Dr. Cheang will be speaking on such topics like how to align what you do to your values, and how your values drive our feelings, attitudes, actions and behaviors. Please check out our flyer for more information!

Registration is free, but please sign up as we will be sending out the Zoom link to those who have registered.

A little bit about Dr. Michael Cheang:

Michael Cheang has over 25 years of university teaching experience. He teaches Family Resource Management and Family Public Policy in the Human Development and Family Studies Program at the University of Hawai’i at Manoa. Some of his work has been in partnerships with the county offices on aging and non-profit agencies in the State of Hawai’i to provide training for individuals who care for or work with older adults. His doctorate is in Public Health with a focus in Gerontology.

Also please feel free to share this with anyone (especially young adults!) who may be interested.

4/16 Our Interdependent Lives:
Food Waste and Sustainability

An educational Zoom event on food waste reduction, composting with worms, and “going compostable” at Obon.

Saturday, April 16, 2022
10 AM HST / 1 PM PDT
Event duration approx. 1 hr. & 45 min.

More information:


Honolulu & Oahu Districts Buddhist Education Committee

Registration Now Open for…

Building Sangha Together:
Nurturing Dharma-Centered Communities

Community has always been a strength of Shin Buddhism in America. Innovative and responsive community building grounded in the Dharma has enabled temples to thrive for more than a century. However, the traditional ways of building Sangha have been less effective as we face new challenges during this time of pandemic.

Rev. Blayne will explore what it means to be Sangha in today’s world. How do we journey together as spiritual friends? And how can we nurture an authentic community of fellow travelers inspired by the Buddha’s teachings? Participants will have an opportunity to cultivate Sangha through a facilitated group discussion.

Bring your whole self as we learn and grow in the Dharma together. 

Saturday, April 30, 2022
9:00-11:00 AM HST

Rev. Blayne Higa

Presented by Rev. Blayne Higa
Kona Hongwanji Buddhist Temple

FREE Registration
Deadline: April 22, 2022

Register Online (Google Forms)

Print Manual Registration Form

Donations are welcome! All funds received will be designated for Buddhist Education.

Visit the Dharma Hub calendar for more statewide educational offerings.

Questions? Please contact the Mililani Hongwanji office at (808) 625-0925.

5/1 State Dharma School Gathering

Open Invitation to all to the

State Dharma School Gathering

RSVP Deadline is April 16.
Click on the following link to

The Market Place

You are invited to visit Moiliili Hongwanji’s

The Market Place

We are actively adding items to the following categories:

Featuring Now
Home Accessories
Cultural Clothing
Craft Kits, Craft Supplies
Handcrafted Items
Games & Entertainments
Name Your Best Offer

Items are available via pick-up
at our temple office on University Ave.

Thank you for supporting The Market Place and Moiliili Hongwanji Buddhist Temple.

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