Wildmind Meditation News
Feb 05, 2011
From the outside, the building at 1602 Lane St. looks very much like the Protestant church it used to be.
Walking in, after leaving your shoes outside, you’ll notice that the pews have been replaced by long cushions.
The first thing to draw your eye, however, is an immense golden statue of Buddha. Flanked by two umbrellas, it indicates unequivocally that the modest Calvary Presbyterian Church has been transformed into something rather exotic for these parts — a Buddhist temple.
The Tinh Tam Buddhist Meditation Temple primarily serves Vietnamese Buddhists but welcomes anyone who wants to attend.
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