Phone

(720) 583-0241

Email

info@watlaodenver.com

Hours

7AM - 7PM Everyday

New Sala Construction

Since our main Sala was destroyed back in December 2011, the community has designed a new Sala and construction is well underway. Check information and photos!

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Upcoming Events

Throughout the year, the Lao Buddhist Temple hold events and festivities for both Buddhist and American holidays. Check out this page often for upcoming events!

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Volunteering

Wat Lao Sidaounnaram was built for the community, by the community. Volunteers are always welcome, no matter what your expertise. If you build it, they will come!

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Donations

It is with the continued support and generosity of the people of the community, sponsors and local businesses that the temple is able to build a new temple, in place of the old temple that was burned down in December of 2015.
The construction is trucking along very well and we are so grateful to all of the volunteers who have contributed their time and effort, week in and week out, through rain, sunshine, or snow.
We know that not everyone is able to help at the site, and that is OK. Every little helps, whether it is swinging a hammer, bringing beverages and food, or making monetary donations. Nothing goes unrecognized.
If you'd like to contribute monetarily, please feel free to choose one of the options and make a donation below.
Thank you from the bottom of our hearts for your generosity.

LBT Memebrs

Really, the entire community are the real members and team at the Lao Buddhist Temple! However, two venerable full-time monks head up the daily operations of the temple and providing community services in prayers, celebrations and funerals. Additionally, we have the president, along with his executive members and a separate team of construction administration.

Wat Lao Sidaounnaram

Wat Lao Sidaounnaram, also known as the Lao Buddhist Temple in Denver, is a cultural center located in the beautiful, bustling city of Westminster, Colorado, just a few miles north of Denver. It services the Lao Buddhist community, but more important;y, its doors are open to anyone and everyone in the community.

The community itself is in the process of rebuilding from a fire in 2011 that destroyed the main temple, the Sala. Please visit the construction page for construction updates and pictures.