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Wat Dhamma Visudhi Karam

Address: 4462 29st Street SE. Rochester, MN, 55904   MN
Tradition: Theravada, Cambodian- every one welcome!
Affiliation: Buddhist Support Society Inc.
E-mail: info@buddhistsupportsociety.org
Website: https://www.facebook.com/watt.rochester
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Notes and Events:

 Background :
Welcome to Watt Dhamma Visudhikaram!
Watt Dhamma Visudhikaram was built under the constitute of Buddhist Support Society Inc. which is a non-profitable, no partisan and religious organization.

According to by-laws, Buddhist Support Society Inc. (BSS) was founded in April 2, 1997. It initiated by Bhikkhu Santipalathero Chhan Aun, Bhikkhu Dhammavinayo Touch Phorn, Bhikkhu Chum Sary, and many other Buddhist devotees.

The main headquarter of BSS is located in Rochester city, Minnesota, United States of America.


Objectives :

  1. To propagate Buddhism, collect and compile Buddhist scriptures, and facilitate the study of Buddha Dhamma to outreaching peoples all ages, race and social status.
  2. To build the Buddhist temple suitable for Buddhist congregation and the ability; and stylize building correctly according to Buddhist art and architect.
  3. To practice and preserve Khmer culture as well as to spread it in the third country.
  4. To ensure that Buddhist temple is guided and led by Buddhist monks. All contributors should wish to accumulate merits solely. They are prohabited to possess this public property.
  5. The society pertains the Buddhist discipline as the core principle, and it is also compatible with government's IRS (1954).
  6. The society doesn't allow anyone to take or possess the assets as their private wealth.
  7. No one including leaders, members or others legally possesses the assets of the society when it is dissolved.
  8. When the society is dissolved, all assets and property, after expanded or paid debts, the rests will offer to any association/society that has the same objectives or share similar characteristics, and it accords to IRS as well.


Wat Thai of Minnesota

Address: 2544 Highway 100 South, St. Louis Park, MN 55416   MN
Tradition: Thai
Phone: 612-605-7979
Website: http://www.watthaimn.us/
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Notes and Events:

In late 2003, a collective of Minnesota Buddhists gathered with the intention of of creating a space for worship and community. A generous donation made by Ms. Supen Harrison helped make this desire a reality. Over the next two years, donations made by members of the new temple amounted to $49,880. Further funds were donated by Doctor Lueng Pho Singtun Narasupol. A house was purchased in Becker, MN and the temple was named Wat Pha Nanachat.

In 2005 Lueng Pho Singtun traveled to Thailand to help with an irrigation project sponsored by the King of Thailand. Phra Mahaphaisit Tamasol arrived at the temple to serve as a substitute in his place. Phra Ajarn Mahaphaisit and the temple board elected to move to a more convenient and appropriate location. The name of the temple was changed to Wat Thai of Minnesota, and in 2006 Khun Sutape Ple-Plakon and the board members purchased land and a house in Elk River, MN. 

Today the temple monks, the Buddhist laity, and board members work together to maintain Wat Thai of Minnesota as a center of Buddhist study, meditation, and community activities for all.


Hokyo-Ji

Address: 2649 County 5  Eitzen MN 55931
Tradition: Mahayana, Dainin Katagiri
Affiliation: Soto Zen
Phone: 507-542-4968
E-mail: hokyoji@lycos.com
Website: http://www.hokyoji.org
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Teacher: Dokai Georgesen  
Notes and Events:

Founded more than 30 years ago by Dainin Katagiri, Hokyoji makes residential practice in a secluded natural setting available to experienced long-term and visiting practitioners from around the country.  Hokyoji’s connection to nature and its history as a place of inspiration and renewal make it a unique and powerful location for communal practice. In addition, it’s the only place in the Midwest where teachers can bring their own sanghas and lead their own sesshins and retreats within their own styles and traditions.

The annual practice calendar includes sesshin, practice periods, work retreats, and a mindfulness weekend.  Complete information about practicing at Hokyoji is available at our website.


Khacholing Cnter

Address: 2622 Taylor Street   Minneapolis MN 55418
Tradition: Vajrayana, Gelugpa
Phone: 612-789-0336
Website: http;//www.khacholing.org
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Geshe: Yeshi Choedup  Email  
Spiritual Director: Gankar Rinpoche  Email  
Main Contact: Ken Tobacman  Email  
Notes and Events:

Khacholing Center has been under the spiritual direction of Gankar Rinpoche since 2004.  Our resident teacher is Geshe Ahten.  Teachings and events are generally on Sunday mornings.


Tergar Meditation Community

Address: 706 N. 1st St., Suite 112   Minneapolis MN 55401
Tradition: Vajrayana, Kagyu and Nyingma Lineages
Phone: (612) 460-8837
E-mail: info@tergar.org
Website: http://www.tergar.org
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Main Contact: John Wheeler  Email  (Phone: (612) 460-8837)
Teacher: Edwin and Myoshin Kelley  
Spiritual Director: Yongey Mingyur Rinpoche  
Notes and Events:

Under the guidance of Yongey Mingyur Rinpoche, the Tergar Meditation Center holds a weekly drop-in meditation group, as well as periodic retreats, workshops, and classes on meditation and Tibetan Buddhism.


The Mindfulness Center

Address: 212 N. Chestnut Street.   Chaska MN 55318
Tradition: Theravada,
Affiliation: TripleGem Of The North
Phone: 6122164854
E-mail: meditation@triplegem.org
Website: http://www.triplegem.org
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Member: Ray  (Phone: 612 760 3996)
Main Contact: Bhante Sathi  (Phone: 6122164854)
Notes and Events:

The Mindfulness Center serves the communities of the Southwest Metro Area of Minneapolis. Open to all who seek to live in deeper harmony with life through mindful living, the Center is dedicated to serving all who seek to improve their health and well-being -- physical, mental, and spiritual -- through the practice of meditation and mindfulness practices, well being classes, mindfulness retreats, classes in Buddhist philosophy, and Buddhist counseling. The Center serves as an oasis of quiet peace and loving kindness in the heart of the community, a place where anyone can come to meditate and rest in a refuge of peace and compassion amidst the hectic pace of our lives.

The Center also serves as a monks‘ residence, facilitating the daily availability of monks offering classes, retreats, teachings, meditations and counseling.

*Open Meditation Sessions
*Weekly Group Meditation
*Personalized Meditation Instruction
*Mindfulness Workshops
*Yoga Classes
*Meditation Retreats
*Buddhist Courses and Talks
*Book Discussions
*Guest Teacher Visits and Retreat.


Wat Mongkhool-Khunaram

Address: 697 St Anthony Avenue, St Paul, MN 55104   MN
Tradition: Theravada, Thai and Hmong
Phone: 952-594-9582.
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Teacher: Ajan Kosam, resident monk  
Notes and Events:

The temple operates out of a two story grey house surrounded by a grey cyclone fence. But when you leave your shoes at the door, step inside and you find a small prayer hall with statues and pictures of Buddha on the wall and a low dais where Ajan Phra Khrupras- itthamrha Kosam, the resident Thai Buddhist monk sits during services. The lay people coming there are not Lao or Thai. They are Hmong.

Wat opened in October of 2012 . Visitors are welcome and visits can be arranged by calling Mr. Yang at 952-594-9582.


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