Day of Mindfulness (Online)

Deer Park Monastery 2499 Melru Lane, Escondido

Join Sư Cô Túc Nghiêm and Thầy Pháp Dung as they share about the theme of our Winter Retreat, the Buddha's Teachings on Non-Discrimination.   Join us online through Zoom or YouTube for the following activities. All times are in Pacific Time.    5:45 am: Guided Sitting Meditation | YouTube | Zoom 9:00 am: Walking Meditation […]

Special Ceremonies (online)

Deer Park Monastery 2499 Melru Lane, Escondido

Please join us on Saturday for these two special ceremonies. These events are online only through Zoom or YouTube. All times are in Pacific Time. Remember, the physical monastery remains closed and no visitors are allowed, so please join us online. 10:00 am: Ceremony to Transmit the Dharma Lamp| YouTube | Zoom 3:00 pm: Ceremony to Transmit the […]

Day of Mindfulness (Online): Closing of 90-day Retreat Ceremony

Deer Park Monastery 2499 Melru Lane, Escondido

Please join the Most Venerable as he offers a Dharma talk to close the 90-day Winter Retreat. Immediately following his talk, we will have a ceremony to close the retreat. This event is online only through Zoom or YouTube. All times are in Pacific Time. Remember, the physical monastery remains closed and no visitors are allowed, so […]

Tết: Raising the Flag, Flower Market, and Earth Cakes

Online CA

This event is the beginning of our annual Tet celebrations. We begin with the Raising the Tet Flag ceremony followed by a short walk to the Flower Market where residents can receive flowers for their rooms. Lastly, we will experience the beginning of Wrapping Earth Cakes. Watch on YouTube Please note: this is an online […]

Free

Tết: Dharma Talk on New Years Eve

Online CA

Dharma talk, music, and poetry offered by Thay Phap Chung (in Vietnamese).  Poetry Translation Nguyen Binh Khiem Zoom – or – YouTube Please note: this is an online event only

Free

Tết: New Years Day Ceremony

Online CA

Ceremony of paying our respects to Thầy and the Most Venerable Hoà Thượng Phước Tịnh. This will include the invitation of the Prajñā Drum and Bell, followed by a traditional Lion Dance (múa lân). Zoom – or –YouTube