Tag Archives: Fortnightly Recitation Sessions

Recitation Session – Change of Venue

Please note that the next recitation (chanting) session will take place at Room 3A, ULU. The schedule for the meeting will be the same as before, furthermore the meetings from now on will be 2 weeks apart, however please check our calendary for the excat date of the meetings. If you use google calendar, you can also add it to your own for your convicient.

Namo Amitabha

Recitation Session @ Shepherds Bush – Sun 16 Sep

Dear all,

We would like to let you know the next chanting session (念佛共修法會) will be on this coming Sunday (16/09/07) at 2pm. The meeting will be held at an office in 58b Bulwer Street, it is about 2/3 mintues walk from Shepherd’s Bush underground station on the central line or Hammersmith and City line – If you like please give me a call (07886299633) and I will arrange someone to pick you up at the station.

Dates: Sunday 16th Sep
Time: 2:00 – 4:30pm
Venue: 58b Bulwer Street, Shepherdss Bush, W12 8AP

Schedule:
2pm – 2:15pm -> Introduction and discussion on Pure Land Teaching
2:15pm – 4:15pm -> You may do the whole 2 hours and leave any time during the chanting.
4:15pm – 4:30pm -> Discussion

We will be chanting the Name Amitabha Buddha in Chinese (Amituofo, 阿彌陀佛).

Please feel free to contact us if you have any questions.

Namo Amituofo

AMTB UK

PS: Many thanks to Lon from the West London Vietnameses Chinese Association for letting us his office for this chanting session. For more info about WLVC, please visit http://wlvc.org.uk/.

Recitation Session @ ULU – Sunday 29 April

Dear All,

The next recitation session (念佛共修法會) will be at ULU on:

Date: Sunday 29th April 2007
Time: 2pm – 4:15pm
Venue: Room 3A, ULU, Malet Street, London WC1E 7HY (Direction)

Schedule:
2pm – 2:15pm -> Introduction and discussion on Pure Land Teaching
2:15pm – 4:15pm -> You may do the whole 2 hours and leave any time during the chanting.
4:15pm onwards -> Discussion

We will be chanting the Name Amitabha Buddha in Chinese (Amituofo, 阿彌陀佛). Please see previous post for more details.