Welcome to Chung Mei Buddhist Temple Houston, Texas

Front view of temple

Chung Mei Buddhist Temple was built in the spring of 2001 with blessings from Venerable Master Hsing Yun, the Founder of Fo Guang Shan and the International Buddhist Progress Society (IBPS). Chung Mei Temple is the newest addition to the existing Fo Guang Shan's IBPS Houston branch in Texas. The main building complex houses the Main Shrine, a museum and a gift shop, a library, classrooms, Zen meditation rooms, and our newly renovated tea room. Surrounding the temple is our peaceful and scenic Ch'an Garden. We are also proud to introduce our recently completed IBPS Houston Columbarium, a memorial complex built to cherish the memory of the deceased.

Come and visit us. We are pleased to have you as our guest. There are many activities organized throughout the year for everyone to participate and enjoy. Check out our upcoming activities for more information. If you just prefer enjoying the tranquility of the temple's environment, we recommend you stop by our highly praised tea room and the Ch'an Garden. Either way, we are glad and looking forward for your presence.

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Chung Mei Buddhist Temple October ~ December 2014 Calendar

Date Day Activities/Events Venue Time
10/3 ~ 10/8 Fri~Wed 2014 BLIA World Headquarters General Conference Fo Guang Shan
10/26 Sun Medicine Buddha Dharma Service Chung Mei Temple 1:30pm~5:00pm
11/16 Sun Chung Mei Cultural Forum – Mercury Orchestra Chung Mei Temple 3:00pm~5:00pm
11/30 ~ 12/6 Sun ~ Sat Fo Guang Shan Water Land Dharma Function Fo Guang Shan Please call for details


Regular Activities
Sun
10:30am-12:30pm
Chanting Service
Sun
2:00pm-3:30pm
Buddhism Class
Sat
11:00am -12:30pm
Meditation Class
Sat
2:00pm - 4:00pm
Tai Chi Class
Sun
11:30am -12:30pm
Dharma Talk


Download: October ~ December 2014 Calendar

English Buddhism Course - āgama

Course Content  :  āgama
Fee  :  Free of charge
Start Date  :  2013.10.06(Sun.) 1:30~3:30pm
Location  :  Chung Mei Buddhist Temple
Download  :  English Buddhism Course - āgama