ANGULIMALA, the Buddhist Prison Chaplaincy

Twenty-nine years of making Buddhism available in British prisons.

SPIRITUAL DIRECTOR:  Venerable Ajahn Khemadhammo (Chao Khun Bhavanaviteht) OBE

PATRON:  Right Honourable, the Lord Avebury.

ANGULIMALA’S OBJECTS:

  • To make available facilities for the teaching and practice of Buddhism in Her Majesty’s Prisons and other places of lawful detention or custody.

Specifically:

  • To recruit and advise a team of Buddhist visiting chaplains to be available as soon as there is a call for their services;
  • To act in an advisory capacity, and to liaise with the Home Office chaplaincy officials, with individual chaplains within Her Majestys Prisons, and with any other relevant bodies or officials;
  • To provide an aftercare and advisory service for prisoners after release.

ANGULIMALA
the Buddhist Prison Chaplaincy Organisation
The Forest Hermitage,
Lower Fulbrook,
Warwickshire CV35 8AS
United Kingdom

email: enquiries@angulimala.org.uk

Registered Charity No. 294939