Activities & Events

Wishing everyone a happy holiday

and a peaceful, prosperous and healthy New Year!

Friday, December 31:  7:00-8:30 PM  Vajrasattva Practice. The great Purification practice of Vajrayana Buddhism. At the end of the old year, we confess our negative thoughts, words, and deeds and promise to never repeat them – thus, we begin the New Year with a pure body and mind. 

    Text: Vajrasattva2

Saturday, January 1, 2022:  8:00-9:00 AM  Light Offering and Prayers of Auspiciousness.  Join us in welcoming the New Year with a light offering and auspicious prayers for the benefit of all.  A light refreshment will be shared after the prayers.

    Texts:

    Rainfall_blessing_pecha03519_v8  (Summoning Good Fortune p.63 & World Peace Prayer p.98)

    AchiChokyiDrolma2 & Mahakala2

    Aspiration Prayer of Samantabhadra

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Attend these sessions in person or via Zoom: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/4309409550

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Sundays in January

Closed January 2, 2022 – all other Sundays:

10:00 AM–11:45 AM  Opening Prayers and Parnashavari Practice with explanation
Khenpo Konchok Molam – continues teaching on The Thirty-Seven Practices of Bodhisattvas

 

Tuesdays in January

7:00-8:30 PM  
January 4 and 18:  White Tara Practice

January 11 and 25:  Vajrakilaya Practice
Please contact us for the link if you would like to join: info@whitelotusdharma.org

All events are held at White Lotus Buddhist Center, 815 Park Ave, 2nd floor of Immanuel Baptist Church, Rochester, New York 14607, unless otherwise indicated.

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Special Programs

The White Lotus Building Fund 

With a goal of establishing Dharma in the West, White Lotus is looking for property, accessible to all. A building that can serve as a place for people to meet the Dharma, hear the Buddha’s teachings, practice meditation, and develop their wisdom mind. You can read more about these efforts  HERE.