They offer a hybrid Service, both in-person and available online via Zoom. Services start at 10:00 am and include chanting, gathas, and a sermon by a Minister. In addition, there are cultural/religious activities for children that are held as part of Sunday services. They also have a month-long Children’s summer camp, Saishin Dojo, in July-August. They offer study classes, Kinnara Taiko, gagaku/ bugaku (Japanese classical music and classical dance), Bon Odori and mochitsuki (mochi-pounding), etc.