Chinese New Year Celebration -Dharma Services Series


Mahayana Temple held a series of blessing services for the public during the Chinese New Year 2020, blessing every individual, their families, the communities and the country, with peace and harmony, gaining merits and wisdom.

Mahayana Temple City Campus

Mahayana Temple City Campus and Eastern States Buddhist Temple of America will open their doors simultaneously at 6 am on the first day of Chinese New Year (January 24) to welcome believers to pray at the beginning of the new year for all well-beings. 

  • Sutra Chanting
  • Red Envelope Offering
  • Rice Cake Offering
  • Bell Ringing to Public
  • Light Offering
  • Blessing Belt Offering
  • Incense Offering

 Mahayana Temple Retreat 

  • The God of Wealth Receiving Ceremony

11 pm  January 24 (Chinese New Year Eve)

Blessing the public with a prosperous career, great wealth, and great luck in the new year! 

  • Maitreya ’s Birthday Ceremony

10 am  January 25 

Wishing the public will be blessed with merits and wisdom. 

  • Thousand Buddhas Worship Ceremony

February 5 – 7

Led by Venerable Tianchan, JIandu, Yuanding, Xinzhi and Xinhai, devotees pray to return to all sentient beings with the countless merit of worshiping the three thousand buddhas. 

  • Offering to Buddhas and Celestial Beings

9:30 am   February 8

Mahayana Temple is offering this opportunity for devotees and all Dharma supporters to congregate at the Temple, requesting the presence of the Triple Gems and all Saintly beings to accept our offerings of incense, flowers, fruits and food.  May all merits be transferred to everyone so that they may enjoy endless blessings, long life and well-being.

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