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Lunar New Year 2017 (27 Jan 17, Friday)

posted by Wat Palelai   [ updated ]

Dear members and devotees

 

Palelai Buddhist Temple will be celebrating Lunar New Year 2017  by welcoming the year of the ROOSTER on Friday, 27th January 2017 at 11.00pm.  The Event Organiser for this evening is Bro Benny Wong

 

The Resident Monks and the Board of Management, welcome you, your family and friends to join us on this happy occasion, and wish you a Happy and Prosperous Lunar New Year with good health. 

 

May the Guidance  of the TRIPLE GEMS be bestowed upon you, your family and friends.

 


PROGRAMME

 

27 January 2017 (Friday Evening)

11.00 p.m.        Event Organiser to light the candles and pay homage to the Buddha

11:15 p.m.        Paritta (Protective Discourses) Chanting

11.45 p.m.        Dhamma Talk

12:00 a.m.        Blessing & Transference of Merits

12.20 a.m.        Distribution of Huat Kueh, Oranges & Refreshments

Advanced Meditation Course

posted 4 Jan 2017, 18:00 by Wat Palelai

We are pleased to inform you that we will be organising an Advanced Meditation Course for those who have attended the Beginners’ Structured Meditation course and the details are as follows:
Starting date : 16 February 2017
Time : 7.30pm – 9pm
Venue : Meditation Hall, 3rd Floor,
Chedi Dhammasathit Building
Course Duration : Ends 25 May 2017
Frequency : Every Thursday
Instructor : Sebastian Wong
This course is aimed at those who have completed the temple’s Beginners’ Structured Meditation Course for beginners or those who have a basic foundation in meditation. The objective of this course is to give attendees the opportunity to practice the development of concentration of mind in greater depth. Along with sitting practice, there will be discussions of the Dhamma teachings on mindfulness, kamma, rebirth, dependent co-arising, the five khandas & their inter-dependencies, factors of the Noble Eightfold Path & how they relate to each other in practice.
The course is free of charge and attendees are advised to come in comfortable clothes (loose pants, light shirts). As the monastery is a sanctuary for celibate monks and the practice of modesty & restraint of the senses, ladies are kindly requested NOT to come in shorts (bermudas are acceptable), low cut blouses, or other revealing clothings.
For registration/enquiries, please email Sebastian at kalayano@gmail.com or call at our administration office during office hours.
“The mind that remains unshaken; under the stroke of life’s changes,that is the highest blessing/protection”Lord Buddha
May All Beings Be Well and Happy !

Ajahn Cattamalo @ Singapore (6 to 15 Jan 2017)

posted 19 Dec 2016, 18:14 by Wat Palelai


New Year Eve (31 Dec 2016, Saturday)

posted 19 Dec 2016, 18:09 by Wat Palelai   [ updated 24 Dec 2016, 01:10 by Gary Low ]


Tan Ajahn Dtun visit Singapore on the 17-19th Dec 2016

posted 14 Nov 2016, 21:40 by Wat Palelai


Chanting for the late King Bhumibol Adulyadej on Saturday, 22nd October 2016

posted 16 Oct 2016, 20:17 by Wat Palelai   [ updated 16 Oct 2016, 20:27 ]

Dear Members and Devotees,

There will be a chanting session held for the late King Bhumibol Adulyadej of the Kingdom of Thailand on Saturday, 22nd October 2016 after the evening chanting at Palelai Main Shrine Hall. 

This chanting session will be led by the Resident Monks of Palelai Buddhist Temple.  Those who wish to dedicate the prayers to the late King Bhumibol Adulyadej may join this chanting session.

With Metta,
Board of Management
Palelai Buddhist Temple

Kathina (06 Nov 2016)

posted 9 Oct 2016, 22:40 by Wat Palelai



Palelai PALS recruitment

posted 22 Aug 2016, 21:45 by Wat Palelai


RICE PAGODA & CHARITY DAY (25th Sep 2016, Sunday)

posted 16 Aug 2016, 02:25 by Wat Palelai   [ updated 19 Aug 2016, 00:33 ]

This year Palelai will hold the Rice Pagoda & Charity Day on Sunday 25th September 2016.  The Event Organiser (EO) for this event will be Bro Steven Aw.

 

The temple will lay the rice foundation of the pagoda on Monday 22nd August 2016.   All are welcome to build up the rice pagoda.  Donations can be made in cash or kind.  You may make cash donations at our Administration Office.  Receipts will be issued for cash donations and all  donated rice and provisions will  be distributed to various charity homes.

 

On behalf of the Resident Monks and Management Committee, we cordially invite you, your family and friends to join us in performing this meritorious deed.


25th September 2016

Programme

  9.00 am

Pindapata offering alms to monks

  9.30 am

EO to light Candles and incense-stick

Observing the Five Precepts, Chanting of Parittas

Offering of Rice to the Sangha.

Transference/Sharing of Merits

 11.00 am

Dana (Offering of lunch) to the Sangha

 12.30 pm

   3.00 pm

Distribution of rice and provisions

Transfer of Merits

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