Beginning May, 2022, The Temple is OPEN every Sunday afternoon. For individual temple visit, please register via Eventbrite.
Annual Services and Events will be open to public by reservation. Please check our website for more information. Regular Sunday Service, Friday meditation and other classes are still streamed live. We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause and we appreciate your understanding and kind cooperation. If there’s any need of services to you that we can help, kindly email or call us.
Fo Guang Shan Saint Louis Buddhist Center is one of over 200 branch temples of the Fo Guang Shan International Buddhist Order founded by Venerable Master Hsing Yun.
The order’s objectives are to promote Humanistic Buddhism which embraces all traditions and schools, and to bring forth faith, joy, hope, and service for all. We hope to establish a Pure Land on earth and integrate the Buddha’s teachings of kindness, compassion, joyfulness, and equanimity into our daily lives.
Consistent with the Order’s objectives, the Center was established in 1999 to serve as a spiritual and cultural center for anyone interested in learning about the diverse cultures of Buddhism and Chinese traditions. Activities and services have been conducted to uphold the four main principles of the Order:
Fo Guang Shan St Louis Buddhist Center has decided to do both English and Chinese Chanting Service every Sunday. All Services will be streamed live on Facebook and Youtube.
Please join us online.
Chinese Service: 9:00~10:50am
English Service: Pre-recorded, released every Sunday on Facebook Page
Speaker: Venerable You Deng
Topic: The Questions of King Milinda (1)
2000 years ago, a Greek king and an Indian monk engaged in a Buddhist dialogue. Their meeting was recorded in Milinda Panha. In this episode, Venerable You Deng briefly introduces the Milinda Panha and the geographical, historical, and cultural background that produce this Buddhist masterpiece.
Founded on May 16, 1967, Fo Guang Shan is turning 56 this year!
Tune in to this episode to learn about the history of Fo Guang Shan!
As a support group to "St Louis For Wuhan" campaign, BLIA, St Louis Chapter has successfully fundraised US$ 4,500 to donate ventilator to hospital in Wuhan. The health care system of the city is facing a challenging condition after the outbreak of COVID-19. The campaign focus on delivering ventilator to hospitals in Wuhan to help the patients in treatment. Wuhan, China is a sister city to St. Louis.
FGS and BLIA is now initiating a "drive" for those who practice vegetarianism. Even just once in your life time! Click on the Vege Plan A and Endorse yourself to be part of us to stop starvation, global warming, environmental damage and animal abuse.
《蔬食A计划》 不仅仅是基于宗教、信仰或健康养生的理由， 而是一项攸关人类存亡的工程， 这里的"A"，有三个意涵，
Members of BLIA, St Louis and students from Wash U did a good turn on August 26. As a support team to pack the food to feed the hungry, we successfully boosted up 900,000 meal packs for families in St Louis community. Thanks to the members who joined and the organizer of this event for us to create a better world.
Fo Guang Shan St. Louis Buddhist Temple presented Lovejoy Library, SIUE with a 20-volume set of Encyclopedias of Buddhist Arts on November 7.
Chancellor Randy Pembrook, Dean of College of Art and Science Dr. Greg Budzban, Director of Planned Giving Jeff Brown, Lovejoy Library Fine Arts Librarian Therese Zoski Dickman received the gift.
為促進東西方文化交流及豐富美國中西部大學之教學資源，佛光山聖路易禪淨中心十一月七日代表佛光山，至南伊利諾大學艾德華茲維爾分校(Southern Illinois University Edwardsville ，簡稱SIUE) 捐贈《世界佛教美術圖說大辭典》，於該校Lovejoy圖書館舉行捐贈儀式。
Chinese Culture Days at Missouri Botanical Garden. 2018.04.21 & 22
Language used: English, Mandarin Chinese, Taiwanese
Language Used: Mandarin Chinese, Cantonese, Hakka, English, Malay
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