Amaravati: Monastery coronavirus information (updated 13 December 2020)

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Although the nationwide lockdown has ended, our close-knit community remains vulnerable to infection, and coronavirus levels are still too high to allow visitors to Amaravati. We anticipate an end to this situation when vaccination becomes widespread, hopefully in spring 2021.

The back gate will remain open for deliveries. The Saturday meditation workshop continues online. Paritta chanting, refuges, and precepts are live-streamed on Sundays beginning at 10:30 am. See our calendar for details of these and other online events.

The COVID pandemic is a test of everyone’s patience. May we all use these challenging times as an opportunity to grow in wisdom and compassion.


Offering Dāna and making deliveries

  • There is a table for deliveries and dāna by the back gate. You are welcome to leave your offerings there, together with any dedications to be read out at the meal blessing. 
  • During this time, it is more helpful to bring groceries and pre-packaged goods instead of cooked food.
  • Our latest Dana list
  • The back gate is usually opened at 6.30 am and locked around 5 pm.

Retreats

See the previous post where from Ajahn Amaro provide some information about future residential retreats. For details of regular online teachings available at this time, please see the Events Calendar on our website https://www.amaravati.org/calendar/


We will continue to update the community as things evolve and wish to express our gratitude for your continued support and kind observance. With all blessings for your continued health and well-being.