Dear Dhamma friends,

We are pleased to announce that starting from 22-Mar-2020 (Sunday), Venerable K. Rathanasara will be conducting our weekly Dhamma service online via live streaming using Zoom. Details as follows:

Dates: every Sunday starting on 22-Mar-2020

Time: 2pm to 3pm

Format: Short Puja, Discourse Learning, Dhamma Talk (this is a modified/shorter version of our Dhamma Study & Daily Practice class)

Online Platform: Zoom Cloud Meetings

To attend the online Dhamma service, please click this link before 2pm on the day of the service:

To ensure that you can benefit fully from the session, please get ready your device, find a quiet place that is convenient for you, and join our Zoom session about 10 minutes before 2pm.

If you are new to Zoom, you may use your smartphone to join the session by downloading the Zoom Cloud Meetings App from the links below:

Apple IOS:


Alternatively, to use a laptop or computer to join the online Dhamma service, just click on this link:
Zoom website will require you to install a small Zoom software on the very first use.

We are conducting our weekly Dhamma service online (instead of physically at the DKBS Centre), in view of the current COVID-19 situation which is still evolving. We seek your kind understanding and look forward to have you join us online in Zoom every Sunday!

May everyone stay safe and healthy. May all be well and happy.

With Metta,
Dhammakami Buddhist Society Organising Committee

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