Origins & まこと No. 237 (May 2011)

Issue 237, May 2011

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Annual All Tenrikyo Hinokishin Day 2011!

Please join us with a friend or two on April 30, 2011 from 9am-11am to the Annual All Tenrikyo Hinokishin Day in the 174th year of Tenrikyo!

Some cleaning equipment will be available, but, as much as possible, bringing your own equipment such as:

  • trash bags
  • rakes
  • gloves
  • dust pans

Don't forget to wear your blue, brown, or green "One World, One Family" t-shirts.

Bus Pickup

  • Tenri Cultural Center (2236 Nu'uanu Ave.) departure at 8:30am to Zoo.
    Return from Zoo at 11:20am.
  • Pearl Church (Palolo Pool parking lot) departure at 8:20am to Zoo.
    Return from Zoo at 12:45pm.

Please call Tenrikyo MQ of Hawaii to reserve your seat by April 26th.

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Origins & まこと No. 236 (Apr. 2011)

Issue 236, April 2011

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Message from the Head of the Overseas Department

March 19, 2011

I imagine that, through newspaper and TV reports, you have been hearing about the Tohoku-Kanto Earthquake, which took place on March 11. In response to this quake, Church Headquarters conducted prayer services with the Shinbashira as the core here in Jiba between March 12 and 14. It has also created the Disaster Relief Headquarters, which has been conducting its work in many different ways. Members of the Disaster Relief Hinokishin Corps have been dispatched to quake-hit areas not only from Jiba but also from many dioceses.

The earthquake has caused serious damages to the Tohoku region, but areas surrounding Jiba have not been affected by the quake or by the crippled nuclear power plants. We are thus able to focus our energy on relief work. I heard that many followers overseas are worried whether it would be safe to return to Jiba as planned. But I can tell you that people in Jiba are safe and sound and are engaging in their work every day in high spirits. Jiba is not affected by the earthquake or by the nuclear plant crisis, and we have thus been able to lead normal lives.

I would like to ask you, therefore, to let followers in your diocese know that it is safe to return to Jiba at this time.

Thank you very much for your cooperation.

Tenrikyo Overseas Department
Yoichiro Miyamori

Accepting Donations for the Great Tohoku-Kanto Earthquake

In response to the Great Tohoku-Kanto Earthquake, Tenrikyo Church Headquarters has set up the Great Tohoku-Kanto Earthquake Tenrikyo Disaster Relief Task Force. The task force will hereby coordinate a relief effort for affected areas. The Disaster Relief Task Force also asks for your support for the relief fund.

The Disaster Relief Task Force also asks for your support for two relief funds: "Tenrikyo Saigai Kyuen Bokin" (*the Tenrikyo Disaster Relief Fund) and "Tenrikyo Hisaikyoku・Saikyuutai Shien Bokin" (*the Tenrikyo Fund for Affected Dioceses and Disaster Relief Aid Corps).

Tenrikyo Hawaii Dendocho has set up a donation box for the disaster relief and humbly asks for your cooperation.

Please notate on an envelope or check with "donation for disaster relief" and please make checks out to Tenrikyo Hawaii Dendocho.

Mahalo for your support!

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