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團體名稱 財團法人鳳山佛教蓮社
釋慧嚴
    高雄縣鳳山市三民路58號
    (07)7462527
建立年代 民國四十二年
主祀聖像 西方三聖
組織型態 財團法人
所屬宗派 臨濟宗
沿革簡介 鳳山佛教蓮社
  鳳山佛教蓮社位於三民路56至68號,東有龍山寺古剎名蹟,西有雙慈亭,南臨鳳山溪畔,近有打鐵街,地處交通便利,為一都市叢林道場。
 
  本寺創建於民國四十二年(西元1953年),時有陳神賜氏於龍山寺結佛學社,參加者眾,旋因意見不一,有許多位會員退出龍山寺,嗣後有李遷、陳天賜、姚登榜居士等在四十一年購得三民路102號之民房,成立鳳山佛教學社,於四十二年春禮請煮雲法師擔任住持,道場更名為鳳山佛教蓮社。每週三、六定期集會,領導信眾念佛開設研習班教導失學青年學子,並組佛教青年弘法團。歷年來講經弘法不斷,參加共修者與日俱增,原有民房遂不敷應用,由當時本社董監諸公發喜捨心,購得現址三民路56、58號,共140坪,五十三年興建,期年竣工,一樓講堂,二樓佛殿供奉西方三聖,三樓為藏經樓,另有住眾寮房、廚房等耗資百萬餘元。六十二年擴建2F大雄寶殿,增設地藏殿等,於六十五年完工,六十六年落成,共350坪,經費為450餘萬元。
 
  期間煮雲上人曾應台灣省佛教之聘請,做環島佈教之行,芒鞋瓦缽,深入鄉野,糾正「拜拜」之風氣,弘揚如來正法,創辦精進佛七(每日九支香、拜一千拜、禁語及過午不食),提倡念佛修行,各地參加者極為踴躍,在當時蔚為潮流,又更應新加坡、馬來西亞、菲律賓等國之邀請前往主七,將大乘佛法弘揚至海外。
 
  民國五十七年成立佛教蓮社青年會,以弘揚佛教慈悲之精神,宣導向善淨化社會人心為宗旨。
 
  民國六十一年成立佛教蓮社婦女會,以宣揚傳統婦女之美德,並宣導佛化家庭,增進社會之祥和為宗旨。
 
  民國六十五年成立鳳山佛教蓮社慈善會,有急難救助、冬令救濟、老人安養等,七十六年增辦貧困兒童扶助,幫助孩童就學之生活扶助。
 
  民國七十五年,上人圓寂,本社為紀念上人購買大樹鄉小坪頂段地號281、282、283、1150、1150-1、1152、1152-1、1174等八筆土地,並於七十八年起先後興建煮雲老和尚紀念園光雲寺,時慧見法師任當家,張銀湖居士任董事長。
 
  煮雲老和尚圓寂後,住持一職懸缺五年,直至八十年慧嚴法師學成歸國受董監事全體之邀請允任住持及董事長之職,慧嚴法師為煮雲上人得意高徒,福州人,十八歲皈依,二十歲出家,早年畢業於東方佛學院,後任教於台北智光商職,1980年負笈東瀛,於1991年以「清代知識份子的佛教信仰」取得日本京都佛教大學之文學博士學位,成為台灣第一位日本博士比丘尼,也是第三位博士的出家人,法師治學嚴謹,並致力弘揚彌陀淨土法門。成為本社第二代住持,第三代董事長(第一代姚登榜,第二代張銀湖),本社在新任住持領導之下於該年開辦鳳蓮研習班設有日文佛學、彌陀淨土學、初級佛學等佛學課程及英、日文、書法、國畫、等才藝研習班,並固定每年秋季舉行人生佛學講座,廣施法雨,於八十三年籌建煮雲老和尚紀念圖書館,同年成立大專獎學金,因有感南部缺乏佛學研究之教育機構,無法提升僧才之培育,所以欲興辦佛學研究所,而又因社會年齡層老化逐漸增高,所以「托老」於現今社會已不可或缺,以上種種因素使得原有場地不敷應用,於是在八十四年六月購得64號土地,八十六年購得三民路66、68土地,再於八十七年七月購得60號土地,總共三百多坪,目前計劃重建中。
 
  希望本社日以僧伽社會為中心的佛學研究所及白天老人托護的設施完成後,本社對社會的貢獻能更大。
 
  慧嚴法師現亦為玄奘大學宗教研究所教授,並兼教於清華、中央大學歷史研究所。
   
 
Fengshan Buddhist Lotus Association .分類:圖書館的活動2010/03/30 23:42 .Fengshan Buddhist Lotus Association Chairperson: Shi Hui Yan Address: 58 San Min Road, Fengshan City, Kaohsiung County Telephone: 886-07-7462527 Established: 1953 Major form of worship: The Three Saints of the West Organization: A Juridical Entity Denomination: The Lin-Chi Line of Zen Buddhism History The Fengshan Buddhist Lotus Association Temple, conveniently situated and easily accessible, is located on No 56 – 68 San Ming Road with Longshan Temple situated to the east, Shuang Ci pavilion to the west and Fengshan creek to the south near Da Tie Street. The temple was established in 1953. Chen Kun Ci founded the Buddhist Association in Longshan Temple. Initially, there were a number of followers but many members left because of conflicting opinions. Li Qian, Chen Tian Ci and Yao Deng Bang, together with many others bought a house at 102 San Ming Road in 1952 and established the Fengshan Buddhist Association. In 1953 Master Zhu Yun was invited to serve as chairperson and the name was subsequently changed to the Fengshan Buddhist Lotus Association. They routinely met on Wednesdays and Saturdays when Master Zhu Yun would instruct attendees in the ways of Buddhism. They also started an organized youth program with young people leading out in the meetings. After years of ongoing preaching, the number of attendees grew to the point that they ran out of space to house everyone. This resulted in the board deciding to purchase the present house at 56 -58 San Ming Road (which measures a total of 463 square meters). Construction of the new temple was started on the newly acquired land in 1964 and completed in the same year. The first floor houses the lecture hall with the place of worship on the 2nd floor where the ‘Three Saints of West’ are worshipped. The library is on the third floor, together with other rooms and the kitchen. In total the cost of constructing the temple exceeded one million NT dollars. In 1973 extension of the second floor was started and construction was completed in 1976. The building, which now measured 1157 square meters with a total expenditure of four million, five hundred thousand NT dollars, was dedicated in the following year. During construction of the temple, Master Zhu Yun was invited by the Taiwan Buddhist Association to preach island wide. He went to rural areas to preach and correct the way people worshipped Buddha at that time. He created the Jing Jin Fo Qi ceremony where the worshipper is required to burn nine sticks of incense daily for seven days while kowtowing a thousand times in silence. No food is allowed after midday. He also promoted Sutra chanting and self-discipline. This new way of worshipping Buddha was embraced by many followers thus a new trend was established. He was subsequently invited on a similar mission to Singapore, Malaysia and the Philippines where he promoted Mahayana. In 1968 The Youth Buddhist Lotus Association was founded with promoting the spirit of mercy, good virtue and a purified heart as its goals. The Women’s Buddhist Lotus Association was founded in 1972 to promote good virtue in women; Buddhist-centered families; and to increase peace within the society. In 1976 the Fengshan Buddhist Lotus Charity was founded. The charity focused on helping the needy; offering disaster relief aid; and care for the elderly. Assisting less fortunate students was incorporate into the program in 1987. After Master Zhu Yun passed away in 1986 the association bought numerous pieces of land in his honor. These include plot numbers 282, 283, 1150, 1150-1, 1152, 1152-1 and 1174 on Shiao Ping Ding Road, Dashu Country. In 1989 the Master Zhu Yun Memorial Park and Guang Yun Temple was built. Master Hui Jian was the head of the temple at the time with Mr Zhang Yin Hun serving as the president. After Master Zhu Yun’s death, the position of chairperson remained vacant for five years until Master Hui Yan completed her degree abroad and was invited by the committee to assume the position of chairperson. Master Hui Yan was one of Master Zhu Yun’s most outstanding disciples. She converted to Buddhism at the age of eighteen and became a nun at 20. She graduated from Dong Fang Buddhist College and went on to teach in Zhi Quang Business Vocational School. In 1980 she went to Japan and earned her doctoral degree in Literature with her thesis on “The Intellectual Buddhist Belief in Chin Dynasty” from BUKKYO University in 1991 to become the first Taiwanese nun to earn a doctoral degree from Japan. With her strict way of study, she dedicated to promote ‘Pure Land Buddhism’ and became the second chairperson, and the third president of the Fengshan Buddhist Lotus Association. (The first president was Yao Deng Bang and the second was Zhang Yin Hun.) Under Master Hui Yan’s leadership, the association also opened Japanese Buddhism classes, the study of “Pure Land Buddhism” and basic Buddhism as well as English, Japanese, calligraphy and Chinese painting classes. Regular speeches on Buddhism were held every fall. In 1994 they prepared to build the Master Zhu Yun Memorial Library and founded the scholarship fund for college students in the same year. They also found that there was a lack of Buddhist Educational institutions in southern Taiwan and therefore Buddhist talents couldn’t be cultivated. The need for a Buddhist research institute became apparent. There was a lot of aged in the society and therefore a centre for the aged was also inevitable. If all of the afore-mentioned needs were to be met, more land space would be needed. In June 1995 they bought plot numbers 64, 66 and 68 on San Ming Road and in 1998 a further purchase of plot number 60 San Ming Road were made. Collectively they measure 992 square meters and is currently under construction. After the construction is completed the association hopes to contribute greatly to the society. Presently, Master Hui Yan is a professor of Religion in the graduate school of Hsuan Chuang University. She is also teaching in Tsing-Hua University. Former Chairperson - Master Zhu Yun Master Zhu Yun, courtesy name Shi-Quan and also called Xin-Shi was born on 23 February 1919 in Ru Gao County, Jiang Su province, China. He converted to Buddhism at age 16 and at 21 started his training as a monk at Qi Xia Temple, Nan Jing. He graduated from a Buddhist college in China. Master Zhu Yun made a thorough study of the ‘Three Baskets’ but his area of specialty was ‘Pure Land Buddhism’. In 1950 Master Zhu Yun was invited by the military to serve as chaplain. He comforted countless wounded soldiers with great mercy and converted them to Buddhism. He was viewed as a real life Buddha in the military. The following year Master Zhu Yun was invited by the Taiwan Buddhist Association to itinerate island wide preaching the purification of hearts and his accomplishments was recognized by the society. He visited many countries such as America, Canada, Japan, South Korea, Thailand, Vietnam, etc, preaching Buddhism and comforting overseas Chinese. Master Zhu Yun’s achievements were viewed as exceptional in Buddhist circles and in the eyes of his fellow countrymen alike. He edited many major magazines, domestically and abroad. With his great penmanship, he penned many books such as “Comparisons between Buddhism and Christianity”, “The Miraculous Antidotes of Nan Hai Pu Tuo Mountain”, “A Collection of Speeches by Master Zhu Yun”, “The Legend of Buddhism”, “Special issue of Jing Jin Fo Qi”, etc. His books inspired even non-Buddhists and were popular among readers both at home and abroad. In 1958 he isolated himself in an act of self-discipline, after which he preached powerfully. In 1972 he invented the Jing Jin Fo Qi ceremony where the worshipper has to burn nine sticks of incense daily for seven days while kowtowing a thousand times in silence. No food is allowed after midday. He set himself as an example by practicing good virtue, thus encouraging others to follow on the same path. Present Chairperson - Master Hui Yan Master Hui Yan was born in Fengshan City. When she was 18, she became a disciple of Master Zhu and at age 20 was ordained as a nun. She graduated from Dong Fang Buddhist College and taught in Zhi Quang Business Vocational School in Taipei for 12 years. In 1980 she went to study at BUKKYO University in Japan and in 1991 earned her doctoral degree in Literature with her thesis on “The Intellectual Buddhist Belief in Chin Dynasty” to become the first Taiwanese nun to earn a doctoral degree from Japan. After returning to Taiwan she took a position at National Central University while also working as an Assistant Researcher in Chung Hua Institute of Buddhist Studies. Presently, she is a professor of Religion in the graduate school of Hsuan Chuang University and is also teaching Japanese in Tsing-Hua University. In 1991 she became the second chairperson and the third president of the Fengshan Buddhist Lotus Association. She was the first nun with a doctoral degree to serve as chairperson of a Buddhist temple. Apart from her enthusiasm for Buddhism, Master Hui Yan is a keen academic at home and abroad. In addition to promoting ‘Pure Land Buddhism’, she desires to establish a Buddhist research institute. In her study of Buddhism she concentrates her efforts on understanding the thought background and system of Sutra. Her present studies are on the development of Buddhism during the period of the late Chin Dynasty and the culmination of the Republic of China; and the early stages of the establishment of Mahayana. Previous publications focus on the influence of Japanese Buddhism during the Colonial Taiwan period and the influence of Buddhism south of the Yangtze River on Taiwan post World War II. The following are her Publications: I. Tai Xu (Taiwan business publisher, December 1977) II. Research on the Thought of counting Bhudda’s name chants. (Hai Chao Yun monthly, January 1984) III. The Origin of Master Zhu Yun’s Jing Jin Fo Qi (Hai Chao Yun monthly, May 1987) IV. Research on the development of Sukhavativyuha I (Buddhist History Study, no. 2, 3rd issue, October 1987) V. The Thought of Forbidden Killing and Releasing Animal Life and Righteousness (Ying Lin History, 13th issue, October 30, 1987) VI. Research on the development of Sukhavativyuha II (Ying Ling History, 15th issue, September 30, 1989) VII. Master Zhu Yun and Jing Jin Fo Qi ( Modern Day Characters of Buddhism, Dong Da Publishers, 1986) VIII. Buddhist Ethics and Modern Trends (From Traditional Times to Contemporary Times, Dong Da Publishers, 1990) IX. The Buddhist Belief of Gong Zi Zhen and Wei Yuan (East Study, 81st issue, January 20, 1991) X. The Intellectual Buddhist Belief South of the Yangtze River During the Qian Long Empire (Xin Da Historical Studies, 1st issue, February 1991) XI. The Confucian Buddhist Debate Between Dai Zhen and Peng Ji Qing (East Religion, 2nd issue, 1992) XII. Chinese Buddhist Zen in Tibet (Chung Hua Buddhist Studies, 7th issue, July 1994) XIII. Buddhist Studies and Motherland (Chun Hui Publishers, September 1996) XIV. A Compilation of Buddhist Research Papers by Hui Yan (Chun Hui Publishers, October 1996) XV. A Brief Discourse of ‘Pure Land Buddhism’ (Dong Da Publishers, April 1998) XVI. A History of Taiwanese and Japanese Buddhist Interaction (Chun Hui Publishers, May 2008) Current News Construction of the Fengshan Buddhist Lotus Association temple on Guang Ming Road started on April 3, 2009 and is still currently under construction. We wish followers from all over would work together to cultivate this good virtue and to complete the temple. Donations toward this project are most welcome and money can be deposited directly into the Association’s bank account. Details are below: Account Holder: Juridical Entity, Fengshan Buddhist Lotus Association Account number: 41608726 AMITABHA


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