Members of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, have been busy in their local community, taking part in a service project at the Buddhist Temple in Priestdale on Saturday 28th October, as part of the Annual Community Outreach Weekend.
More than 120 members of the Brisbane Australia Stake (Dioceses) gathered at the Chung Tian Buddhist Temple to undertake maintenance of the buildings and gardens. Volunteers spent their Saturday morning seeing to maintenance of the gardens surrounding the temple. The grounds are important to the peaceful atmosphere experienced at the temple.
During the event, participants cleaned the wishing ponds and pathways surrounding the temple with high pressure water cleaners, cleared rubbish from the temple grounds and cleaned various other facilities of the temple, including the Tai Chi area.
Buddha’s Light International Association use and take care of this particular temple “It was an immense help and we greatly appreciate the time and effort from the Church,” said Stephen Chang, president of the Association.
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