What we're about
Dharma Jewel Monastery (http://dharmajewel.us), Atlanta's Zen Buddhism Center, invites you to guided meditation and a sequential 12-week fundamental concepts of Buddhism class. Come join us -- next class starts January 24, 2019 on Thursdays from 6:30pm - 8:30pm! Classes are led by dedicated Buddhist monastics who have years of meditation experience and rigorous training and devote their entire lives to authentic Zen practice. Courses are offered at no charge. Everyone is welcome.
Also, FREE ONE-HOUR GUIDED MEDITATION SESSIONS at 10am on Saturday and Sunday December 1, 2, 8, 9, 15, & 16, 2018. All are invited for any or all of these meditation sessions!
Children's classes are on Sundays.
Register now on the temple website at www.DharmaJewel.US (http://www.dharmajewel.us/) , call us at 770-939-5008, or drop by to visit at 2550 Henderson Mill Rd NE, Atlanta, GA 30345
In addition, most Sundays at 2pm is a recitation service of the Diamond Sutra. Anyone can come for this mindfulness chanting service, bilingual Mandarin Chinese and English.
Only meditation class participants are eligible to attend one, two, and seven day Zen meditation retreats, as well as Zen kung-fu martial arts classes. All activities at Dharma Jewel Monastery are free.
Buddhist Ceremonies monthly on Sundays at 9:15am - 12:15pm: Each year, we hold several, including Buddha's Birthday Ceremony, the Medicine Buddha Gratitude Ceremony, Guan Yin Bodhisattva Avalokitesvara Blessing Ceremony, Compassionate Samadhi Water Repentance Ceremony, the Diamond Sutra Ceremony, and more. All are welcome for the ceremonies, which are largely chanting based in Chinese with English translation and bilingual instructions. Free vegetarian lunch follows.
Our next Dharma Jewel Veggie Festival will be April 13, 2019 with free vegetarian food lovingly cooked by volunteers and from award-winning local restaurants such as VeGreen, Herban Fix Vegan Kitchen, and Cafe Sunflower! Thanks for coming out and we hope you continue to show compassion and leave animals off your plate.
For more Atlanta Zen Meditation groups, visit www.AtlantaZen.org (http://www.atlantazen.org)
For more Atlanta Buddhist Meditation Centers, visit http://www.MeditateAtlanta.org