Turning Wheel Buddhist Temple is open to anyone who wishes to practise Buddhism.
Buddhism teaches that the whole of existence is Buddha. As all beings and all people are part of this, we shouldn’t discriminate, and everyone should be treated with respect and dignity. If we are willing to look without judgement, we can see the true heart of Buddha in each person.
Turning Wheel Buddhist Temple is committed to the inclusion and recognition of all who visit the temple, or practise with us, regardless of race, age, culture, ability, ethnicity or nationality, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, marital status, religious affiliation, or socio-economic status.
No-one will be prevented from practising at the temple, or be discriminated against, on the basis of any of these characteristics. The facilities and activities of the temple are available for all who are interested in Buddhism and are not restricted in any way.
We affirm the worth and dignity of everyone who visits the temple. We respect the wide range of perspectives and lived experiences that people have, and we welcome this diversity.