Ganden Ngamchoe Tsog Offering

Lama Tsongkhapa Day

We are celebrating Ganden Ngamchoe, the anniversary of Lama Tsongkhapa’s parinirvana on Saturday, December 21st. for more details about this great master, please visit

Geshe la said this year is especially important as it happens to be the 600th year of Lama Tsongkhapa’s parinirvana. It is also a very good way to end the year. Our practice of Tsog offering will be a very good opportunity to purify past negative karma and accumulate powerful merit in the future. We are truly so fortunate to have our kind and learned Geshe la to lead us in such practices. Please join us for:

Tsog offering: 3pm

Potluck dinner: 5pm

On Tue., Dec. 3, 2019, 11:09 p.m. Peter, <sickafant> wrote:

The Full Moon Tara Prayer has been rescheduled to Thursday Dec 12, from 7 to 8:30 pm.

December Schedule

We will have a break from the regular schedule mid-December. There will be no Dharma teachings, meditation and prayer sessions from Sunday December 15th through to the New Year. The regular schedule will resume with Dharma teachings on Sunday January 5th 2019. Please refer to the calendar for up-to-date scheduling information.

Our Sunday teachings will continue the topic of the 12 links of dependent origination during December, and we will continue where we left off after the break.

We will also have a Full Tara Prayer during the full moon on Dec. 11th 7:00-8:30 pm.

Lhabab Duchen Guru Puja prayer Tue. Nov 19

Lhabab Duchen celebrates Guru Shakyamuni Buddha’s return to Earth from the God Realm of the Thirty-Three after teaching Dharma for several months to the gods, including his mother, Mayadevi, who had died a week after Buddha’s birth and been reborn there.

As a merit multiplying day, the karmic results of actions done on this day are multiplied millions of times.

Geshe la will be leading us in a tsog offering.