Maryland is home to KPC’s main temple. It is located just outside Washington DC. Activities at KPC are focused around a 24/7 prayer vigil, where prayer for all beings has been ongoing since 1985. In addition, many sacred Stupas, statues, and paintings help strengthen peace and harmony.
KPC in Sedona, Arizona was inspired by an extended retreat Jetsunma undertook there. Under Jetsunma’s direction, students built the beautiful Amitabha Stupa, which is now a prominent feature of Sedona; a support for peace and harmony for all who visit.
KPC in Australia began in Alice Springs, central Australia, with a group who met and became students of Jetsunma. Although many have moved to other locations, the close bond they feel with each other and with the Buddhist community worldwide has deepened over time. They embody everyone’s capacity to practice where they are, and through the magic of technology, they connect and provide support to all of KPC’s activities.