UPDATED FEBRUARY 8TH 2014
Meet
A Weekly Opportunity to Practice
Learn
About the Club

The Emory Buddhist Club is a student-led effort to provide a weekly opportunity for anyone with any interest in Buddhism to meet, practice, and learn.

When Emory is in session we have a weekly meeting every Thursday at 6:00 in room 106 of Cannon Chapel at Emory's main campus in Atlanta, Georgia.

We also have periodic field trips to nearby Buddhist communities and centers.

We welcome anyone, regardless of experience, point of view, or focus. For additional information, please contact us at info@buddhistclub.org or at (762) 218-2182.

To receive news about upcoming events by e-mail, you can subscribe to our events mailing list.

                
Thursday Evenings this Spring

On February 13th we will begin our four-lesson Zen series with Elliston Roshi of the Atlanta Soto Zen Center. Elliston Roshi is the spiritual head of the Atlanta Soto Zen Center who has achieved the venerable senior teacher title of Roshi. If you want to learn more about the Atlanta Soto Zen Center, visit their site here.

On March 20th we will begin our four-lesson Chan series with Jiansou Shifu of the Dharma Jewel Monastery. Jiansou Shifu is a teacher and a nun at the monastery. Chan Buddhism is the Chinese equivalent to the Japanese Zen Buddhism. If you want learn more about the Dharma Jewel Monastery, visit their site here.

On April 15th and 17th we will be hosting Theravada teacher Bhante for a special two-lesson series on Theravada Buddhism. Bhante is an accomplished Sri Lankan Theravada monk , and the founder of the Georgia Buddhist Vihara. If you want to learn more about the Georgia Buddhist Vihara, you can visit their site here.

Keeping the Practice Going

Thank you everyone who has helped out this year!

When you mention the club or an upcoming event to a friend, colleague or student you help us... and when you make the time come to an event, your attendance creates a vibrant, diverse, welcoming Buddhist community for Emory students.

Thank you to The Emory Office of Religious Life, The Emory-Tibet Partnership, Drepung Loseling Monastery, and Students for a Free Tibet for their continued support.

Thank you especially to all of our teachers this semester, Geshe Dadul of the Emory-Tibet Partnership, Elliston Roshi of the Atlanta Soto Zen Center, and Jiansou Shifu of the Dharma Jewel Monastery.