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As the pandemic has not yet ended, to ensure everyone has a safe worship experience, FGS Toronto will continue to ask everyone to make reservations online before coming to the temple. Click here to book your appointment!
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Welcome to Fo Guang Shan Temple of Toronto

A spiritual and cultural hub for those interested in learning more about Buddhism and Chinese culture with members across the GTA
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We miss having you at temple, but this doesn’t mean we can’t connect online. We hold Dharma Services every Sunday and have a variety of learning programs and events.

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Water Drop Teahouse

We provide delicious take-out! Offering noodles, tea, and desserts as a way to compensate droplets of kindness with springs of gratitude.
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Fo Guang Shan is a world wide Humanistic Buddhist institution, headquartered in Taiwan. Founded by Venerable Master Hsing Yun, who has influenced Buddhist studies and practice throughout the five continents with over 300 temples around the world.

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WHY DO WE MAKE OFFERINGS?

In the Buddhist tradition, the making of an offering allows one to practice giving, to express gratitude and respect and to reflect upon the life sustaining law of interdependence.

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