• The Buddha's Basic Teachings

    A Six-Week Course Every Monday from 7:00-9:00pm March 23rd through April 27th

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  • Ajahn Sudanto Returns to the Pacific Hermitage

    Once Ajahn returns we'll post his recurring schedule here. In the meantime know you can make contact with Venerable Sudanto and Ajahn Caganando (soon to be moving to Tisarana Monastery) via meal offering and Tuesday night Dhamma at Yogi Samadhi.

    Link to Pacific Hermitage
  • Children's Program Gets Infusion

    Nine parents/grandparents have gathered to form a working group to identify the needs of our growing children's program.

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  • Dhamma Talks & Reflections Online

    Hear Luang Por Sumedho, Luang Por Pasanno, Luang Por Viradhammo and Ajahn Sona's Dhamma talks and reflections from our grand opening celebration weekend.

    Click here for audio

The Buddha's Basic Teachings - A Six Week Course

The Buddha's Basic Teachings - A six-part class series taught by Matthew Grad

Monday evenings, March 23rd through April 27th

7:00 to 9:00pm, PFoD Center

This six-part course offers a solid introduction to the Buddha's core teachings, which date back 2600 years. These teachings are very practical and down to earth, yet surprisingly radical. As a general framework, we’ll use the Buddha's Four Noble Truths, which contain all his other essential teachings as well. This is not just a lecture series, but an opportunity to investigate these remarkable teachings together.

All programs and teachings at Portland Friends of the Dhamma are offered on a donation basis. Free will contributions keeps our doors open are gratefully received.  A donation basket is located in the back of the room. In this way everyone can participate despite ones financial circumstances.   

Registration is not necessary—just show up.

Meal Offering and Dhamma Discussion

With Ajahn Sudanto's return to the Pacific Hermitage, meal Offerings for himself and Ajahn Caganando are open for all. The kitchen has everything you need to heat things up and set them out. The monks are available to talk after the meal if people have questions or wish to discuss Dhamma. 

Contact Debie Garner at dana@pacifichermitage.org or visit the hermitage meal offering website

Daily alms rounds in White Salmon also continue every MondayTuesdayWednesday and Friday

Dhamma Talks
The monastic's continue to offer Meditation, Dhamma talk and Q n' A every Tuesday evening from 6:30 till 8:00pm at Yoga Samadhi throughout their Winter Retreat.  

Please park only in designated areas when attending events at Portland Friends of the Dhamma: Click here for map.