Dhamma School for the Middle East, UK, and North America

When: Every Sunday
For: Children (above 7 years)
Time: 7:30 pm – 9:05 pm (SL Time)
Medium: English
Cost: Free
Meeting ID: 681 200 1000

Children will learn the Buddha’s teachings week by week, increasing their understanding and their faith (shraddha). They will have the chance to learn and practice meditation, ask questions from monks and share their good deeds. Parents are encouraged to stay and listen so they can discuss with their children.

The program is conducted by venerable monks of Mahamevnawa Buddhist Monasteries.

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Approximate Program Schedule:

7:30 pm: Going refuge to Triple Gem and observing five precepts & Paritta Chanting
7:40 pm: Dhamma sermon (Talk on the Buddha’s Teachings)
8:30 pm: Break
8.40 pm: Guided Meditation
8:50 pm: Sharing good deeds done by the kids with the Dhamma School teachers
9:05 pm: Blessings & Conclusion

Please note:
Children below the age of 7 could participate with their parents.
Teenagers 15 years and older can also start attending Dhamma programmes for adults.

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Videos Of Our Online Dhamma School

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Some photos from when we were meeting in person…

About Us

Mahamevnawa Buddhist Monastery has been holding English Dhamma programs for over ten years. Learn more about the history of Colombo Dhamma Friends, Mahamevnawa Buddhist Monastery, and our founder Ven. Kiribathgoda Gnanananda Thera.

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