Past Events

Online Retreat from Birken Monastery

Although this is not an Atammayatarama event, you might be interested since our Temple is closed. May 1-10, 2020 The worldwide upheaval caused by the coronavirus (COVID-19) has abruptly reminded us all of the fragility of the human condition and our connection to every being on the planet. This pandemic has forced the world around […]

Songkran Day *** Cancelled until further notice ***

For centuries, the Songkran Festival has been observed as a symbol of hospitality, love and the importance of maintaining strong relationships within families, communities, and society as a whole. Thai’s show respect to family elders and receive their blessings and pray for near and dear ones who have passed away. Conventionally, family and friends celebrate […]

Day of Mindfulness ** Cancelled

This is a chance to practice Meditation at the Temple, instruction will be provided if you have not meditated before. Bring your own lunch as lunch will not be provided. Please enter your name and email address so we can tell how many people are interested in this Meditation. If you have any questions about […]

Magha Puja Day

On this auspicious day, come to the Temple to give alms to monks, observe the Eight Precepts, practice renunciation, and meditate. Also participate in the candle ceremony walking around the temple clockwise three times holding a lighted candle, flowers, and incense. Magha Puja day commemorates an important event in the life of the Buddha when some ten months […]

Retreat Registration for September 2019 / Closed

Continental Breakfast is served Saturday morning, and lunch (vegetarian) is offered by a Thai Restaurant. There will be only one main meal (lunch) on Saturday. Please read the Retreat Retreat Schedule, and Retreat Guide before registering if new to our Retreats. Also, if you’re new to meditation, please enter this in the ‘Comments’ field. Thank you. […]

Tuesday Evening Book Group Ended

We finished reading the Handbook for the Practice of Anapanasati Bhavana” by Buddhadasa Bhikkhu, which ends this class.  You will be notified if and when another class starts. Thanks to all who participated in  reading and discussing this valuable book on the Four Foundations of Mindfulness, and for Ajahn Phrayad’s help.      

Rummage Sale June 14-16 – Volunteers Needed

We need  VOLUNTEERS for this “Rummage Sale” at Wat Atam for setup on June 13th and cleanup on June 16th The actual sale is June 14-16 – 9 am to 3 pm We welcome in-kind donations of small furniture, small household goods, electronics, clothing, etc.  Please drop-off donations behind the Monks house unless there is […]