Offering Mindfulness Meditation in the context of
the Buddha’s teachings in a welcoming community
Covid Protocols: We are continung to meet online until we find it is safe to meet in person. Join our mailing list to receive the latest instruction on accessing our events.
Please join us for this weekly meeting and teaching. Everyone is welcome.
We’ll explore how we can apply Buddha’s ancient teachings to help us live our day-to-day lives more skillfully. There will be time for meditation, a dharma (teaching) talk by one of our regular or guest teachers, and time for your comments and questions.
Cost: Donation basis, there is no charge to participate. Our center and teachers are supported by your generosity. Please give from your ability and heart.
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Join us online for these regular events…
Meditation as Refuge
6:30 – 8 pm
Meditation as Refuge extends a weekly invitation to everyone who would like to explore meditation as a support for their spiritual development. The intention is to focus on realizing our innate capacity for care, compassion and mutual respect.
5:30 – 6:15 pm
Join friends and sangha member for a silent 45 minute peer-led sit. Everyone is welcome!
Weekly Metta Meditation with Ian Challis and Friends
4:30 – 5:15 pm
Spotlight Events and News
Postponed Until January 12
November Book Club Meeting
The Book of Form and Emptiness
By Ruth Ozeki
A boy who hears the voices of objects all around him; a mother drowning in her possessions; and a Book that might hold the secret to saving them both—the brilliantly inventive new novel from the Booker Prize-finalist Ruth Ozeki.