Background information
Set up in 1986, Fu Hui Buddhist Cultural Centre is a centre for culture and learning.
It operates at 105 Punggol Road, Singapore 546636.
   
   
Objectives
Promote and encourage moral education based on Buddhism, community welfare
  services, charitable activities and healthy recreation.
Foster and develop interest and appreciation of Buddhist culture and arts.
Promote harmony and understanding among different religious groups.
Encourage reading and study of Buddhist philosophy in order to enhance moral values and develop wisdom.
Enhance lifelong learning.
 
Operating Hours
FU HUI DHARMA EDUCATION CENTRE
Sunday
Morning Session: 8:40am to 10:30am
Afternoon Session: 1:40pm to 3:30pm
Open to members of the public aged 5 and above.
Application forms are available at our information counters in November for classes
starting in the following year. Registration must be done using our prescribed forms.
 
 
  Classes are divided into 4 levels, namely kindergarten, basic, intermediate and advanced.
  Classes are FREE with a stationery fee of $20 for printing of materials.
 

Our centre also arranges outdoor educational trips to widen the horizon of our members.
 

FU HUI CHOIR
Sunday, from 7:30pm to 9:30pm
Eligibility:
 
Open to public
Services:
 
Free.
  Members are brought together by a common passion for music.
  Members come from all walks of life. They sing in praise of the Triple Gem,
    as well as songs reflecting on our daily living and how to make life meaningful.
     
 

FU HUI LIBRARY
Fu Hui Library was established by Buddhist Cultural Centre to promote Buddhist Education and Research.
   
Opening Hours:
 
Monday to Sunday 9.00am to 5.00pm
  Closed on Public Holidays except Vesak Day.
     
Eligibility:
 
Open to public.
  Age 13 years and above.
  Annual Membership: Adult $20
      Student $10
Services:
 
Fu Hui Library was established with the objective of providing a conducive environment for the public, in particular students, to read.
  We hope to stimulate public interest in reading and cultivate
    reading as a hobby, emphasizing learning as the means to upgrade
    our quality of life.
Click here for Fu Hui Library website


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