The Rime Board have been working with local architect Joel Marquardt with ArchETexture Works, to construct a meditation/prayer hall for the Rime Buddhist Center. Thanks to Joel’s expert advice the Rime Board decided that the most cost effective way to build the meditation/prayer hall would be to add it on to the back of the 2939 Wayne Ave property.
The Rime Center’s new 2939 Wayne Ave location has been remodeled to meet the current needs of Sangha. The following photos give you a quick look at the house.
The Rime Center will be open Saturdays beginning at 9 am to pack up items that will be moved to the Wayne Ave property or be put into storage. We are looking for volunteers to help. Due to Covid-19 we are asking volunteers to please wear a mask.
- October 24, 2020 – 9am – 4pm
- October 31, 2020 – 9am – 4pm
- November 7, 2020 – 9am – 4pm
November 7, 2020 @ 9am
We are looking for volunteers who can help us pack up the Rime Center and help move large items from the Pennway property to the Wayne Ave property November 7th at 9am. If you are interested in helping please contact Beniah via text. 816-522-4002.
Rime Center’s New 2939 Wayne Ave Location
Thanks to the hard work of the Rime Center’s Board, the Executive Director Gabi Otto signed a contract to purchase a house at 2939 Wayne Avenue. This will serve as the location for the Rime Buddhist Center at our new site on 30th and Highland. We are excited about this next step and want to thank our sangha members and supporters for helping to make this happen. Continue reading
Listen in as Raj Valluri and Lama Matthew Palden Gocha talk about the conceptual drawings for the proposed Rime Center. Then give us your feedback on the design with this link, https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/GXBF2NT
Thank You for Helping the Rime Center in Meeting its Goal of Raising Money for the New Temple.
Thanks to your generosity the Rime Center met its goal in raising $80,000 toward the down payment on the construction loan for the new temple. Your support allows us to open the doors of loving-kindness and achieving peace through compassion. We have raised $100,000 to date.
December 8, 2019
The Rime Center will be having an open house and fundraiser to support its endeavor of building the first Tibetan Buddhist Temple here in Kansas City. Learn about the different programs that the Rime Center offers to the community.
There will be a 50/50 raffle, tamale sale, and more. The Rime Gift Shop will have 20% off all non-book items and will be open throughout the day.
The highlight of the event will be Barefoot Bran’s holiday concert. Bran is a folk singer-songwriter, performer, and recording artist based in and around Kansas City. With a healthy dose of tree hugging and dreaming, Bran crafts his unique, down-to-earth folk songs that aim to tell stories that are inspiring, insightful, and ofttimes humorous.
Open House begins at 5 pm with music beginning at 6 pm.
The Rime Buddhist Center is proud to be a part of the global celebration of giving that is known as GivingTuesday. This year, December 3rd we invite you to make a commitment to a truly unique project. Building the first Tibetan Buddhist temple in Kansas City.
Our goal for GivingTuesday is raising $5,000 by the end of the day toward the down payment on the construction loan for the temple. Support us as we open the doors of loving-kindness and achieving peace through compassion.
To Have a Spiritual Home
“Your spiritual home is the place where you feel that you belong, usually because your ideas or attitudes are the same as those of the people who live there.” – Collins Dictionary