Indonesian Buddhist Society of NSW

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Indonesian Buddhist Society of NSW

Cetiya NSW

Information
Tradition/Linage Indonesian
Main School Theravada
Founded 1999
People
President(s) Ke Khuang
Contact Infotmation
Address 37/112 McEvoy Street
Alexandria
New South Wales 2015
Australia
Country Australia
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Mobile 04 032 285 17, 04 133 734 40
Website http://www.ibsnsw.org.au/
Email ibsnsw@yahoo.com



Who We Are

The Indonesian Buddhist Sociey of NSW Inc. (IBS) is a group of lay Buddhist practitioners who are committed to putting the Dhamma into the daily activities order to be of benefit to oneself and to all. Established in 1999, the Association runs regular Sunday mornings of service at Cetiya Dhammadasa in Alexandria, as well as kids Sunday school and Buddhist special services.

We welcome all who wish to find out more about a Buddhist way of life or who seek a community within which to practice the Dhamma. Cetiya Dhammadasa is the name of our temple as the meeting place. We are well-known for providing quality speakers – monks and lay practioners – to give advice and teachings on Buddhist practice and meditation through insightful Dhamma Talks.

IBS aims to teach and practice Buddhist teachings and meditation and also to foster friendship and goodwill among Buddhists residents in New South Wales.

Our aims:

  1. To engage in and encourage education activities that will increase public awareness of Buddhism according to the Pali Texts.
  2. To provide facilities for the teaching and practice of Buddhism according to the Pali Texts.
  3. To provide support for Buddhist monks and nuns.
  4. To provide social welfare services to members of the association and to other people in need.

Source

http://www.ibsnsw.org.au/about-us/