Dear Dhamma friends,

We are pleased to announce the commencement of our weekly ‘Dhamma Study and Daily Practice’ for 2021.

The details are as follows:

Start date: 3rd January 2021 (every Sunday thereafter)
Time: 2:00pm to 3:45pm
Programme: Homage to the Triple Gem, Dhamma Reflection / Meditation, Discourse Study, Dhamma Talk

The Dhamma session will be conducted both online and in-person at the same time.

No registration is required for online attendance. All are welcome to join our Dhamma session online via this Zoom link:

In line with safe distancing measures, each Dhamma session will be open for up to 25 persons only. Entry will be strictly by registration only.
To attend in-person , please register through this Eventbrite link:

Our Eventbrite link will be open for registration every Monday for the Dhamma session of that week. Places will be allocated on a first come first served basis. Successful registrants will receive an email confirmation.

As observing the prevailing public health measures is a high priority for us, only those who have successfully registered for a place will be allowed entry to attend in-person. Attendees will also need to observe all the health safety measures including wearing a mask at all times, keeping safe distancing, and be ready with the TraceTogether App or token.

We look forward to having another fulfilling year with you. Let us seize the opportunity to learn and practise the Dhamma together!

With Metta,
Dhammakami Buddhist Society Organising Committee

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