CHUNG MEI TEMPLE

HOUSTON

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).

ABOUT THE TEMPLE

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.

FREE WIFI

FREE COFFEE

ACTIVITIES

We regularly come up with leisurely activities for our members.

FILIAL PIETY MEMORIAL DHARMA ASSEMBLY.

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DANCE CLASS

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READING CLASS

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FO GUANG SHAN HEADQUARTERS

Master Hsing Yun has inspire the selfless devotion of over 1,000 monastic as well as the ardent support of many lay devotees to assist him in bringing confidence, joy, hopes, and providing service to countless others since the Master founded Fo Guang Shan in 1967. Presently, Fo Guang Shan has more than 200 branches scattered throughout the world with the purpose of carrying out the goals of propagating Humanistic Buddhism.

FACILITIES

The facilities at the temple
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TEA ROOM

WATER DROP TEA HOUSE

A drop of water, it is a place for people to sit down and enjoy a cup of tea, and talk about Buddhism and Ch’an. The name of Ch’an Abode – a drop of water tells us that we should appreciate what we have around us, cherish them and be grateful for them.

ABOUT

Chung Mei Temple is the newest addition to the existing Fo Guang Shan’s IBPS Houston branch in Texas. READ MORE

UPCOMING ACTIVITIES

FILIAL PIETY MEMORIAL DHARMA ASSEMBLY.

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FILIAL PIETY MEMORIAL DHARMA ASSEMBLY.

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FILIAL PIETY MEMORIAL DHARMA ASSEMBLY.

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OPENING HOURS

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Saturday:
10 am – 5pm
10 am – 5pm
10 am – 5pm
10 am – 5pm
10 am – 5pm
10 am – 5pm

CONTACT

12550 Jebbia Lane, Stafford, TX 77477, USA.
281-495 3100
281-495 6622
info@houstonbuddhism.org

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