coronavirus

  • Day Visitors / Alms Round
    • 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.
    • If you would like to bring uncooked food and supplies to the monastery, please contact Isabella at IMT25@yahoo.com to inquire about what is currently needed.
  • 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.
  • Dhamma Talks.
    • 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.

  get directions

The most reliable way to get to the Monastery is by using the Google map or the Monastery’s map.

Make sure to heed the warning about using your GPS.

  day visits

This page has information on the alms round, the daily schedule, and some guidance about spending the day.

  news & events

  • There is now an upcoming events page,
  • a calender showing uposatha days, pujas, somkran and kathina, and
  • a news blog with news and announcements.

  overnight visits

This page links to a lot of information on making a reservation, how to get here, the daily schedule, what to bring, the weather, etc.

  dhammatalks.org

If you’re not already familiar with this site, it has a huge amount of free Dhamma from the Thai Forest Tradition and the Pali Canon translated, written or spoken by Thanissaro Bhikku.

  contact

How to contact the Monastery, Thanissaro Bhikkhu, or the website administrator.

  photo galleries

There’s a new gallery of photos from last year’s Kathina.