Closed to Day Visitors. Due to the coronavirus, the Monastery is temporarily closed to day visitors. There will be an updated notice here and on the voice mail announcing the re-opening of the Monastery for restricted day-visits.
Open to Food Offerings. We are happy to once again allow visitors to bring same-day food offerings for the monks. Due to the pandemic we still can’t have large crowds, so we are limiting food offerings to two people/families per day. There is an online app to reserve in advance a day to bring food offerings. Please follow the sign up! button below and follow the instructions. You also may contact Isabella at IMT25@yahoo.com with any questions.
Food donors who wish to stay for the chanting and Dhamma talk are still asked to sit outside or in their cars and observe the almsround from a distance, and masks are required.
Closed to Overnight Visitors. Due to the coronavirus, the Monastery is temporarily closed to overnight visitors. Furthermore, we are not taking reservations for future visits until there is more certainty surrounding the epidemic. There will be an updated notice here and on the voice mail announcing the resumption of taking reservations.
English. While there are no group sitting meditations for visitors at the monastery, Ajaan Geoff is still giving Dhamma talks every evening in English, and recordings of them are being uploaded to dhammatalks.org and youtube almost daily.
Thai. He is also giving Dhamma talks in Thai a few times a week, and those are being uploaded to dhammatalks.org and youtube quickly as well.
about the Monastery
You’ll find some general information on this page. More will be added soon.