Welcome to the newly redesigned SGI-USA.org!
We have updated our site to make it more usable and intuitive as well as to make it a place where you can easily access the teachings of SGI Nichiren Buddhism and share it with friends.
The new SGI-USA.org has a number of new sections and features.
- News stories from around the SGI
- Faith Experiences
- Encouragement from SGI President Daisaku Ikeda
This section is for users looking for an in-depth study of Nichiren Buddhism. It features:
- Essays and Quotes from SGI President Daisaku Ikeda
- A library of Buddhist Concepts
- Searchable Collection of Nichiren Daishonin’s Writings
- Buddhist Encouragement on Work, Health, and Human Relationships.
Member’s Resources has information regarding SGI-USA Activities as well as tools for those who are just beginning their practice of SGI Nichiren Buddhism. These features include:
- Blog on SGI-USA’s Women’s, Men’s, and Youth Activities
- Tools to introduce Buddhism
- Study Exam Guides
- Forms and Manuals
Socially Engaged Buddhism
The Socially Engaged Buddhism section features news and events on SGI-USA efforts to promote peace, culture, and Education. Visitors will find:
- Highlights of SGI-USA’s work on issues such as: Sustainable Development, Nuclear Abolition, Human Rights Education and Peace and Disarmament.
- Culture of Peace Resource Center featuring Videos, Transcripts, and News from SGI-USA’s Culture of Peace Lectures Series.
Basics of Buddhism
This page provides visitors with an overview of SGI’s practice of Nichiren Buddhism. Here you will find information on “Nam-myoho-renge-kyo,” “The Gohonzon,” and more.
Our “About Us” Section is an introduction to the Soka Gakkai International and SGI-USA. It shares information on our Neighborhood Discussion Group movement as well as shares faith experiences from members around the country.
The SGI-USA Portal
You can also continue to use the portal to make financial contributions, subscribe to the World Tribune and Living Buddhism, as well as to register for conferences at the Florida Nature and Conference Center (FNCC.)