Wat Tampa In English

What's Happening at Wat Tampa

WatTampaInEnglish is the unofficial web site for Wat Tampa (Wat Mongkolratanaram)

Dogs are welcome at the Sunday Market but please don't bring them onto the deck where the food is served.

The Sunday Market is held every Sunday, come rain or shine, from about 8:30am until 2:30pm. Come join us for great food and a great view.

Interested in meditation workshop? Please let us know your interest by clicking on the Feedback button (left side of screen) and selecting Meditation Workshop in the Type Request pull down menu.

Click here to learn more about the Buddha Learning Group. The discussion group meets every Sunday in the main Temple between 11:30am and 12:45pm. On the second Sunday of each month we have a more formal session on Buddhism.

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TimeEnglish-language Activity
11:30am - 12:45pm  Buddha Learning Group
1:00pm - 2:00pm  Sunday Service

The Buddha Learning Discussion Group meets in the main Temple every Sunday between 11:30am and 12:45pm. This is an English-language question and answer forum on Buddhism, the history of Wat Tampa, and Thai culture.

Regular Buddhist services are held every Sunday at 1:00 PM. The services are conducted in Pali but you are invited to attend. Chairs are provided for those who have difficulty sitting on the floor. The service usually lasts about one hour and includes chanting and meditation (1:30pm-2:00pm). An English-language chanting guide is available for your use during the services.

Please remove your shoes before entering the Temple and follow the Temple rules of etiquette which can be viewed by clicking here . If you decide to leave prior to the end of the service, please close the Temple door so as not to disturb the service.

Additional services are usually part of the religious celebtrations listed in the Special Events part of the web site.

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