• Most Saturdays and Sundays -- there are some visitors who want to celebrate their special occasions and bring food, flowers, water and other essentials things for the monks and monastery.
  • At 1pm the monks give Dhamma talks and blessing to the donors, their guests and visitors
  • 1.30pm on Saturday the Burmese and Buddhism teaching sessions for the children start; the parents help the volunteer teacher; 5pm the class finishes and the children have their tea. The parents do the tidying up. Then the monks do their evening routine before they retire to bed.
  • On Sundays -- There is meditation sessions for those who want to do meditation, starting from 9am and throughout the day with breaks in-between. It is flexible.
  • At 5pm, there is a group chanting and praying with the monks.
  • Every first Sunday of the month there is a group meditation session starting from 9am, sitting meditation and walking meditation with a Dhamma talk and instruction for meditation from the monks in between. One can join in at one’s chosen time with advance agreement with the monk who is leading the meditation sessions