Every Sunday closest to the Full Moon we have our precept & meditation program. Practitioners arrive at 8.30 am for quiet meditation, and at 9.00 am we start with the morning chanting and Buddha Pūjā.
After that, the lay community requests the Triple Refuge & the 8 or 5 precepts from the senior monk, as seen in the video. The monk recites first, line by line starting with the "Namo tassa...", and the lay community repeats line by line after him.
The program continues with meditation, offering of almsfood & the shared meal at 10.30 am, a Dhammatalk at 11.45 am, and further meditation and chanting until 5.00 pm.
Additionally, we have a small group of dedicated meditators, who come every Saturday at 7.00 am to the top of Dhammagiri hill and take the Triple Refuge & Precepts, after which they quietly meditate in the Dhammahall.
You can find the text of all the recitations seen in the video, plus English translation, in the Forest Sangha Chanting Book pages 126 to 136. Free PDF file for downloading the full chanting book is available here:
More about Dhammagiri here: