Powa Ceremony | Prayers for the Deceased | FREE IN PERSON AND LIVE-STREAM

  • Date & Time

    You can join us in person or online.  To participate online click the link below.

    Friday 22 July | 7 – 7.50pm  Click here


    Open to everyone


Powa Ceremony

Prayers of Compassion for the Deceased

Powa is a special ceremony to help those who have recently died experience peace of mind after death and be cared for by the Buddha of Compassion, Avalokiteshvara. During this ceremony we engage in the traditional Buddhist practice of transference of consciousness in conjunction with the prayers, “Path of Compassion for the Deceased”.

Everyone is welcome, you do not have to be Buddhist to attend these prayers or to derive benefit from them.

If you would like to attend, then it is traditional (but not required) to bring a white offering, either food, flowers, candles, etc and if you wish, we can make specific dedications for friends or relatives that have recently died.

link to download booklet

You can buy the eBooklet of the prayers and the chanted prayers audio on MP3 here