The temple can use: Global rate “forever” stamps, toilet paper, paper towels and paper napkins,  crunchy and smooth peanut butter, flour sack dish towels, a 12" non-stick frying pan, garden hoses of any length, regular postage stamps, 2" post-it notes, vegetarian refried beans, small dog treats, bird seed.

 



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

                               Offertory from Morning Service

In Gratitude
The temple received an orange juicer and many oranges, an electric can opener, silk flowers, clothing, stamps, many used tools, lumber, a raised garden bed, toilet paper, medicine, foam for meditation benches, sewing supplies, books, a coffee maker, a TV screen and disk player, transportation, several statues, cleaning supplies, many pies, bird seed and dog treats, humming bird feeders.           

Pine Mtn. Buddhist Temple Stupa

A Temple of the Order of Buddhist Contemplatives
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