The Khmer Kampuchea Krom Buddhist Temple is located in Stoney Creek, Ontario close to the Fruitland Road Exit and the Queen Elizabeth Way Highway. It is open 7 days a week with chanting early in the morning and in the evening. Services and worship is held in the Thervada Buddhist Tradition.
The temple was established in 1999 by the Venerable TT Dhammo with the purchase of the original temple building from The Church of God (7th day). It has since been expanded to include a residence for the monks, an outside gazebo which serves as a meeting place and celebration area in good weather, and a meeting area in the separate building which also provides extra sleeping quarters for visiting monks.
We are currently running a lecture series called "What the Buddha Said" for those who are interested in learning more about the Buddhism.
The languages spoken at the Temple include English, Laotian, Thai, Vietnamese, and Khmer.
❀ To establish a place for the study and practice of Buddhism,with respect for its philosoply, culture and impact on the world.
❀ To hold meetings for those who are interested in Buddhism.
❀ To maintain a library focused on Buddhist studies.
❀ To provide the facilities for the practice of meditation and Buddhist disipline.
❀ To collect and disseminate information on Buddhism.
❀ To provide social services for people in need.
By responding to a global crisis-the Coronavirus pandemic outbreak, we, residential monks at Wat Khmer Krom Buddhist Temple would like to offer our good wholesome intention blessings and chanting to all at 7:00 pm every day. May all beings live in happiness and peace.
Please feel free to join us on Facebook at 7pm each night https://www.facebook.com/watkhmerkrom.hamilton
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Wat Khmer Krom is a Buddhist Temple with an active community in the Hamilton / Burlington / Niagara area. While we primarily focus on Southern Ontario, we are also a resource for much of the rest of the province. Languages spoken Here: English; Laotian; Thai; Vietnamese; Khmer