The FNCC is located on 125 acres of restored wetlands surrounding Toda Lake. Here amid the native Live Oak trees and Sabal Palms, discussions on Buddhism, philosophy and everyday life take place in a relaxing atmosphere.
There will be a Gosho lecture with Q&A, theme presentations, and many heartfelt experiences, as well as personal and group guidance sessions in Korean. In addition, all exhibits including the ‘Humanism of Lotus Sutra’, ‘Ikeda Hall’, and ‘Peace Garden’ will be guided by Korean speaking docents.
Encourage and inspire each participant to awaken one young lion, who through warm support and encouragement will develop their faith, practice and study and will participate in the 50,000 Lions of Justice Festival.
Our 2018 Culture Department Conference will focus on each member advancing joyfully in fulfilling their mission, deepening their relationship with Sensei, and having an absolute breakthrough in their lives. In attendance, will be our SGI-USA Women's Leader Akemi Bailey-Haynie.