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Dear friends, we are almost finished with our new website! In the meantime this site will still continue to be updated with important information below.

Dear Friends, thanks for your patience waiting for our new website. This is a collaborative effort between several of our centers. We apologize that some content is no longer accessible. Please contact our registration office with any questions you may have.  You can email us.

January 3rd update on Thay's health


We will be sending energy to support our beloved teacher Thay, every Saturday Morning, and every Wednesday, Friday and Saturday at 4:45 pm. You are welcome to join us to build the energy of brotherhood and sisterhood to support Thay -- please visit our online registration system if you wish to stay overnight by going to this link:

Online Registration System 

Please make checks payable to UBC or Unified Buddhist Church.


There will be Days of Mindfulness on the following days:
Thursdays, January 15, 22, 29, February 5, 12
     Thursday, February 19, Happy Lunar New Year! See TET schedule.
              09:30 am New Year Ceremony (Big Hall)
              10:45 am Oracle Reading (Big Hall)
              12:30 pm Lunch (Brother's dining hall)
              Program ends after lunch.

Sundays, January 18, 25, February 1, 8
     Sunday, February 15, Winter Retreat Closing Ceremony
              09:30 am Closing Ceremony (Big Hall)
              11:00 am Dharma Talk (Big Hall)
              12:30 pm Picnic Lunch (Sister's dining hall)
              Program ends after lunch.
      Sunday, February 22, No day of mindfulness. See TET schedule.


CLOSED-The monastery is closed February 25th through March 11, 2015. There will be no Days of Mindfulness during this time.

RE-OPEN-There will be a Day of Mindfulness on March 12, 2015 and registration will be re-open on March 13, 2015. 




NOW HIRING for the position of PART-TIME BOOKKEEPER:  This is a wonderful opportunity to practice right livelihood, to be in contact with the monastic sangha, and to serve the wider practice community.