Sangha Night Drop in Class
Every Wednesday, 7pm to 9pm (doors open at 6:45pm)
Our Wednesday Sangha Nights are dedicated to supporting anyone wishing to experience and share the benefits of Buddhist practice. We are committed to strengthening the connection between personal practice and positive action in the world around us, and providing a welcoming and safe place for all those who want to participate. You are welcome here.
Most evenings are informal and interactive. Introductions are followed by meditation and after the tea break there's usually a talk, workshop or discussion. No particular experience is required, though if you have not meditated before we recommend first attending one of our introductory classes. Suggested donation: $10–$5, or whatever you can afford. If you'd like a brief orientation please arrive before 7pm.
Sangha Night Classes
Reflections and Intentions
Traveler, there is no path, the path is made by walking. (Antonio Machado)
The path is you in the process of organizing your mental states in such a way that growth and development take place in a positive direction. (Sangharakshita)
As we approach the end of the year, the winter retreat and the solstice, we will reflect on our practice together and celebrate our intentions as we continue our path.
Dec 5 and 12: Danadasa will lead these 2 evenings.
Dec 19: Karunadevi will lead a special end of year puja.
December 19 will be our final Sangha Night this year, resuming Feb 6, 2019 with a whole new program.
Bringing everything to the Path
Our Wednesday Sangha Night Program resumes Feb 6 2019, introducing a new theme for the year - Bringing Everything to the Path.
Wouldn't it be great if we could look at everything that happens in our world, including, or perhaps especially, the annoying or difficult things, as tools to help to wake up?
This year we'll explore this question in many different ways.
More information to follow.