*UPCOMING EVENTS: Join Anattasati Magga on Sundays
STARTING FEB 7, 2021 WE WILL HAVE A NEW ZOOM LINK.
Sunday January 31, 2021 at 10 AM EST
for Short Morning Service & Dharma class
Zoom Meeting Link is located at the bottom of the page.
Short Morning Service: Daily Recitation, Kesa Verse, Meditation.
The Service will begin promptly at 10:00 am.
Connie Hays will teach The Word of the Buddha # 6
Dharma class after the Service ends.
You are welcome to join the Zoom meeting beginning at 9:50am to take
care of any technical difficulties you might have.
Opportunities to join the Zoom Service after we begin:
10:10 AM – after the Daily recitation is recited, the Guestmaster will admit
anyone from the waiting room.
10:40 AM –as the Meditation ends, the Guestmaster will admit anyone
from the waiting room.
our WEBSITE on the Resources page. To follow along with
the Short Morning Service and recite with the Guide
the Daily Recitation, click HERE. At the start of the Short Morning Service the Daily Recitation will be recited by the Guide. After the Daily Recitation there is a 30 minute Meditation.
Following the Short Morning Service we will take a 5 minute
break and then the Dharma class will begin.**Remember, you can mail your Dana/Donation check for today’s service
to the address listed below made payable to Anattasati Magga:
32 Mineral Dust Drive. Asheville, NC 28806Or, Click HERE and use a credit card to make your donation. GasshoTopic: Sunday Short Morning Service and Dharma Class
Time: January 31, 2021 10:00 AM EST (US and Canada)
Click on the blue link to Join the Zoom meeting
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