Programs for the Tibetan Community

The Gyuto Monks offer a variety of services to the local Tibetan Community, such as:

  • Prayer Services at the Center as well as in private homes.
  • Recitations at group events.
  • Spiritual/Religious teachings and Dharma talks on a regular basis.
  • Monthly social gatherings with senior Tibetans.
  • Assistance to new immigrants and asylum seekers from Tibet, India and Nepal. Translation and witness services at court, and other official business for Tibetans who don't speak English.

Tibetan New Year event photos organized by Gyuto Center at Land of Medicine Buddha, Santa Cruz 2011.

Full Moon Prayer

The Gyuto monks address those issues and actively promote programs for the Tibetan Community. The resident Gyuto Monks provide prayer services not only at Tibetan community gatherings but also at private Tibetan homes, as well as regular events for Tibetan Youth and Seniors:

 




Tibetan Youth Dharma Discussion

Tibetan Youth Dharma Bay Area Tibetan Sunday school children visited the Monastery along with their teachers adn parents cooperation with the Tibetan Association of Northern California (TANC). We encourage teachers and parents to bring children to the monastery regularlly to learn our culture and tradition. 

This is part of the program that His Holiness the Dalai Lama constantly advises us to keep our culture and tradition alive.

 

Tibetan Seniors' Day-Long Mani Recitation

This program is dedicated to the Tibetan seniors of the San Francisco Bay Area.  Each month Gyuto monks invite the Bay Area Tibetan seniors to the Monastery and recite Mani in the dedication of His Holiness the Dalai Lama’s long life. Gyuto monks also take the seniors once a month on pilgrimage to local monasteries and nunneries as part of their sightseeing.

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