Tuesday, 2 October 2007

Annual Buddhist Community Conference 08

Dear all,

I hope this finds you in good health.

I have now managed to secure dates for our Buddhist Community Conference 08. The dates are May 21-23 2008. Pl pencil it in your diaries and I will be sending you invitations to you nearing the dates. The news is this time the Buddhist numbers have gone up significantly (in thousands now!) compared to earlier (hundreds). So pl make sure you get your application in advance so that your place will be secured. This time we are planning a day retreat at a Monastery.

Those of you are moving around a lot pl make sure you send me an email so that I can book you a place in advance. The maximum number that can be accommodated is 50 @ the Amport House. Sunil

3 comments:

LT Jeanette Shin, CHC, USN said...

Dear Chaplain Sunil,

It is wonderful to see your new blog here! I will look forward to reading your future Dharma teachings on this page. Please feel welcome to post your Annual Buddhist Community Conference 08 on my blog at http://buddhistmilitarysangha.blogspot.com/.
I hope Buddhist members of US Armed Forces stationed in UK will be able to attend.

In gassho,
LT Jeanette Shin, CHC, USN
Command Chaplain, USS MOBILE BAY/DESRON 7

Sunil Kariyakarawana said...

Dear Chaplain Jeanette,

Many thanks for your comments and request. I certainly will put my conference up in your website for anyone interested can come. It is from 21-23rd of May 08.

I wish you can be here too. please try to come so that you can speak to our Buddhist personnel.

With kind regards

Sunil

Buddhist Chaplain to HM Forces UK

David said...

I'm not sure what a Blog is, but I would like to leave a comment here.

I am extremely excited about going to the "Annual Buddhist Community Conference".

After speaking to Dr Sunil Kariyakarawana a fortnight ago, and not being aware that there was an annual conference, he assured me that it would be an exciting event.

I follow the New Kadampa Tradition and am extremely interested in what the Army has to offer Buddhism in the future and vice versa.

I look forward to seeing you there.

Cpl Hubber
9 Sup Regt RLC
British Army