Dedicate the Merits of Your Practice to Put an End to The Disasters All Over the World

  • Date:
    Sunday, November 1st, 2020 ~ Sunday, December 20th, 2020 +Calendar +Google Calendar
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    Please encourage your family and friends to recite
    the Universal Gateway Chapter,
    the Great Compassion Mantra, or
    the Guan Yin Bodhisattva’s name
    as it will yield boundless merits.
    Please register the number of times you will recite them on the form below.

 





勸請讀誦普門品、大悲咒、觀音聖號登記表

備註: 若您填寫發願內容後,想要再增加,可以再一次進入此登記表,登記額外增加的次數,此統計表會自動加總您所發心的總數。

Total number of times

Refuge Taking Ceremony Without Borders

  • Date:
    Saturday, November 14th, 2020 05:30pm ~ 06:30pm +Calendar +Google Calendar
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    Nov. 14 5:30~06:30 PM (Vancouver)
    Nov. 15 9:30~10:30 AM (Beijing/Taipei)

    Our abbot Ven. Master Tze Cheng will preside over the service
    Simultaneous English Translation
    To participate, please fill out the registration form online or contact the temple for more information.
    Deadline: Nov. 12, 2020

    Reminders
    Those who wish to take refuge:

    1. Must participate in the online Refuge Taking Ceremony
    2. Must participate in the mandatory online class
      Nov. 21 5:30~07:30 PM (Vancouver)
      Nov. 22 9:30~11:30 AM (Beijing/Taipei)

    During the Refuge Taking Ceremony

    1. Please use the Buddha shrine in your home or choose a clean place to participate in the ceremony.
    2. Please sign-in online 15 minutes before the service.

 


加拿大靈巖山寺皈依報名表

Lingyen Mountain Temple (Canada) Refugee Ceremony Registration Form

Six Paramitas Amitabha Retreat

  • Date:
    Sunday, November 15th, 2020 04:00am ~ 05:00pm +Calendar +Google Calendar
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    Six Paramitas Amitabha Retreat

    Nov. 15
    4:00AM~5:00PM (Live Stream)

    The “Six Paramitas Chanting Method” was invented by Ven. Master Miao Lien during his seclusions in Hong Kong. The first five chants are uttered out loud, representing the first five of the Six Paramitas: Giving, Upholding precepts, Forbearance, Diligence, and Concentration. The sixth chant is silent, and represents the Final Paramita of Prajna.