The Way Of Loving Kindness
Sundays 11 - 12:15pm | $5 

Just drop in. No registration needed

The holiday season can be a wonderful time to connect with friends and family; it can also be a time when stressful and unhappy minds can ruin our happiness during the holidays. 


Everyone is welcome to join us every Sunday morning as we explore the teachings in the New Eight Steps to Happiness to discover how to maintain a happy mind all the time by developing wisdom, compassion, and humility, particularly during the holiday season. 

November 27th - How To Develop Loving Kindness 

December 4 - Special Class with Guest Teacher Gen Khyenwang

December 11 - Deveolping the Mind of Humility 

December 18 -  Special Prayers for World Peace - With Gen la Jampa 

December 25 - Special Class with guest Teacher Kadam Michelle Gauthier 

“Everyone, whether religious or non-religious, is looking for happiness all the time and wants to be free from problems and suffering permanently. We can fulfill these wishes through understanding and practicing the instructions given in this book.” 

Ven. Geshe Kelsang Gyatso Rinpoche. 

Sundays At The Kadampa Temple 


Kids Class

Every 2nd and 4th Sunday we have an opportunity for kids ages 4 - 12 years old to join in a class designed just for them! 


In a space of their own, children will be gently guided in relaxing meditations and fun activities, giving them techniques to gain confidence, focus, and consideration for others.

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Cafe, tours, meditations, hikes. 

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Every Sunday the Temple grounds, cafe, and gift shop open at 10 am for you to come and start your morning and enjoy a coffee before class. The Temple opens at 10:30 am and you can register to attend our morning meditation class. You can also sign up delicious vegetarian lunch for $5 following class at 1 pm and join our community in the dining room if you wish. 

Temple tours, cafe, and gift shop will remain open from 12:30 -2:30 pm on Sundays. Enjoy a hike in the Kaibab National Forest that borders the Temple, and take time to simply relax and contemplate the Sunday class.