Fall 2018 - Spring 2019
 

Tuesdays, October 9, 16, 23 - Intro to Meditation

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Saturday, October 13th - 10 AM - 12 PM - Fundamentals of Buddhism

This is a class for those new to Buddhism who want to learn something of the basic principles and practices. Participants will learn about the Three Marks of the Dharma, the Four Noble Truths, The Noble Eightfold Path, and the Four Immeasurables, as well as some of the basic protocols of temple practice. In addition, some very basic meditation instruction will be given.

Suggested Donation: $25
Pre-registration required by emailing hungsu.sampson@gmail.com

Saturday, October 20th - 10 AM - Introduction to Pure Land Chanting

Pure Land Buddhism is one of the largest schools of the Practice. Pure Land is also intimately connected with the Chan/Zen school. Chanting has always been an important part of the experience of Pure Land Buddhism. Please join us at the Grand Rapids Buddhist temple for an introduction to the practice of Pure Land Buddhism chanting. The event will be guided by Ven. Hung Su.

Suggested Donation: TBA

Saturday, November 10th - 1 PM - 4 PM - Vegetarianism and Buddhism

There are some Buddhist sects that promote vegetarianism and some do not. Where does the First Noble Truth allow for the consumption of meat? In this class we will explore the historical and cultural roots of vegetarianism in Buddhism and discuss the implications from both a spiritual and a health perspective. Led by Rev. Suseon Kathryn Doran-Fisher, Dharma Teacher and Certified Naturopath.

Suggested Donation $25
Pre-registration required by emailing kdoranfisher@gmail.com

Tuesdays, November 13 and 20 - 7 PM - 9 PM - Intermediate Buddhism Class

This class will be available to anyone who has completed the class on Beginning Buddhism taught by Hung Su. The class will delve deeper into key Buddhist principles valuable to developing and expanding your unique practice.

Cost: $50 per person, $80 per couple for both days
Class taught by Ven. Dr. Ahm Koh Beighley Su

Saturday, January 19 - 10 AM - 12 PM - Fundamentals of Buddhism

This is a class for those new to Buddhism who want to learn something of the basic principles and practices. Participants will learn about the Three Marks of the Dharma, the Four Noble Truths, The Noble Eightfold Path, and the Four Immeasurables, as well as some of the basic protocols of temple practice. In addition, some very basic meditation instruction will be given.

Suggested Donation: $25
Pre-registration required by emailing hungsu.sampson@gmail.com