QING MING - SEASON OF GRATITUDE & REMEMBRANCE
QING MING AS A FAMILY TRADITION
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of QingMing Festival
11am- Food Offerings before all Buddhas (Chi)
27/3(Sat) 2pm - Part 1
2/4(Fri) 2pm - Part 2
9/4(Fri) 8pm - Part 3
11am- Food Offering (Chi)
8pm- Recitation of "Lotus Sutra Universal Door Chapter" (Chi)
Join us in the precious teaching by Singha Rinpoche during this festival.
10am- Medicine Buddha Jangwa Puja (Tib)
2pm- Recitation of "88 Buddha & Amitabha Sutra" (Chi)
Qing Ming - Season of Gratitude & Remembrance
Many from the younger generation find it hard to understand the purpose of the chanting rites. Many are foreign to the culture or unfamiliar with the prayers. It is very important for us to share with you that these should not stop you from stepping up and finding out more with us. With our qualified Sangha and many seniors who are always ready to help answer your query, come spend time with us as we find both understanding and personal meaning in the prayers, chanting and rites.
These prayers bring about many benefits. You dedicate and help your ancestors, bless your family, your children and their offspring, brings about great relief to countless sentient beings.
Remembering Qing Ming
The Qing Ming Festival may be a traditional Chinese festival, deeply rooted in the Chinese culture, but it is not just an occasion where we give reverence to our own ancestors. It is also a time where we dedicate prayers to our loved ones who have passed on, and to remember and share our love with those who are karmically linked to us. Come join us as we perform both Tibetan and Chinese transmigratory prayers for all sentient beings.