Sangha Night

Sangha Night

Community Practice for All

Find enthusiasm and encouragement,
in practicing together.

Practicing Buddhism with others offers a unique opportunity to get to know oneself, learn from each other, and express oneself more deeply through relationship. 

A typical Sangha Night sees us gathering together at  6:00 pm, when we usually meditate from 6:15 until around 7:00 pm. The period between 7:00 and 8:15 varies from week to week: we have a devotional practice night (puja), a meditation night once a month, as well as a number of Dharma nights which may involve teaching, Q&A time, and/or discussion.

*No one will be turned away for inability to offer a donation.

Sangha Night (Community Practice)

  • Sunday evenings, 6:00-8:15 pm
  • All welcome
  • Donations are welcome but not necessary*
  • "There are no higher teachings, only deeper understandings." - Sangharakshita

Our Practices

Living the Dharma

Apply the Buddha’s teachings to everyday life through coming together and discussing the Dharma.

Meditation

Gain greater awareness, insight, joy and compassion with self-cultivation and community support.

Puja (Devotional Practices)

Symbolically express and intensify deep spiritual feelings through shared ritual action.

This Month's Program

  • 6/09 – Ethics – Training principles for life
  • 6/16 – Meditation, led by Tejananda
  • 6/23 – Ethics, led by Amaradhi
  • 6/30 – Puja, led by Karunashanti

This Year's Theme

“There are no higher teachings, only deeper understandings. – Sangharakshita

This year we’re are exploring the fundamental Buddhist teachings in more depth, exploring ways to keep them alive in our lives.