Chanted Prayers Schedule

Click a link at the time listed to join these prayers online:

The following are in person onlyHeld at Odiyana KBC: 450 New London Turnpike, Glastonbury (maximum of 20 people)

  • Sundays, 4:00 – 5:00 pm | Wishfulfilling Jewel (Note: not being held on 10/24)
  • Wednesdays, 5:30 – 6:30 pm  HYT Prayers: For those with HYT empowerments: contact for more info. NOTE: no HYT prayers on 10/27
  • Thursdays, 5:00 – 5:30 pm | Heart Jewel 
  • Twice monthly (10th & 25th) – see calendar for times | Offering to the Spiritual Guide 
  • Monthly on the 29th – see calendar for times | Melodious Drum 
  • Monthly on the 15th, 7:00 – 7:30am | Precepts (contact if you are interested in participating)
  • Check calendar for times | Powa (Prayers for the Deceased). To add the names of those who have died, click here.

Prayer sessions are held in person at the Center and some are streamed live on Zoom. No cost.

Click here for info to improve your prayer sound quality if joining online.

Note: Due to COVID guidelines, when attending in-person please mentally recite prayers only, do not recite out loud.


Livestreamed Chanted Prayers

Everyone Welcome!

Group Prayers

Experience the beauty and power of engaging in positive wishes as a group.

Chanted prayers (also known as pujas or chanted meditations) are an important component of training in a spiritual life. They help us to still our mind, connect with the Buddhas, and receive blessings.  Below is the list of the chanted prayers offered at the Center. Please check the online calendar for any schedule changes. All chanted prayers are free of charge. Prayers are recited in English with CD accompaniment. These chanted prayer practices are suitable for everyone. Feel free to drop in to any of these sessions.

If you would like more information before attending, email or call 860-266-6041.

Click a link below to learn more about a practice:


Wishfulfilling Jewel

Offering to the Spiritual Guide


Melodious Drum

Prayers for the Deceased

Medicine Buddha Prayers