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Dear Meritorious Friends,

We are pleased to inform you that Ven. Karamatiye Sarada Swamin Wahanse has moved to the Monk’s Residence (Avasaya) in Cambridge and has implemented several Regular Dhamma Programs at Avasaya for the benefit of the Buddhist community, such as

  • Weekly Dhamma Discussion: Every Sunday from 5 pm to 7 pm 
  • Weekly Abhidhamma Discussion: Every Thursday starting at 8pm
  • Evening Pooja: Every day at 7.00 pm sharp

Also please note that now you can visit Ven. Saradha Himi at the monk’s residence to meet your religious needs. Please call the monk’s residence after 2 pm and make a prior appointment with Ven. Saradha Himi in order to ensure that you will be able to meet him.

Address: 8 Clover Ave., Cambridge, ON N1R 5S2

Telephone: (519) 267 0397

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Those Who Live With The Dharma Are Protected By The Dharma

The mission of Waterloo Wellington Buddhist Cultural Association is to provide a place and forum for Buddhists and those interested in Buddhism to learn, understand, research, and practice Buddhism according to Sri Lankan Theravada traditions. According to the Buddha, no one should accept Buddhist principles just because it was preached by the Buddha, read them in scripture, or are taught by priests. Instead of teaching doctrines, the Buddha taught how each person could realize the truth for themselves. The focus of Buddhism is on realization and practice rather than memorization and belief.

In spite of its emphasis on free inquiry, Buddhism is not whatever an individual wants it to be. It might best be understood as an exacting discipline. Although Buddhist teachings should not be accepted on blind faith, understanding what the Buddha taught is an important part of that discipline.