Event Category: Sangha Nights


Sangha means ‘community’ in Pali. Sangha nights are weekly community nights – usually with meditation, talks and ritual (puja).

Join Jan and Celia for a light meal prior to Sangha Night. Baked potatoes and butter will be provided. Please bring a vegan dish or filling of your choice to share.

Tuesday 3rd March 7.15-9.30pm Practice Evening: Led by Alokasanna & Prajnavaca Further details to follow! Sangha evenings are an opportunity to come along and share the evening with other Buddhist in practice, meditation and discussion. Each week we usually have a short talk and mediation and perhaps a puja (Buddhist ritual, making offerings to the […]

Tues 10th March 7.15-9.30pm Theme: The Mythic Dimension of Buddhism: Led by Vishvapani Further details to follow! Sangha evenings are an opportunity to come along and share the evening with other Buddhist in practice, meditation and discussion. Each week we usually have a short talk and mediation and perhaps a puja (Buddhist ritual, making offerings […]

Tues 17th March 7.15-7.30pm Theme: Imagination: Led by Alokasanna Further details to follow! Sangha evenings are an opportunity to come along and share the evening with other Buddhist in practice, meditation and discussion. Each week we usually have a short talk and mediation and perhaps a puja (Buddhist ritual, making offerings to the shrine) where […]

Tuesday 24th March 7.15-9.30pm Theme: Nature: Led by Prajnavaca Further details to follow! Sangha evenings are an opportunity to come along and share the evening with other Buddhist in practice, meditation and discussion. Each week we usually have a short talk and mediation and perhaps a puja (Buddhist ritual, making offerings to the shrine) where […]

Sangha evenings are an opportunity to come along and share the evening with other Buddhist in practice, meditation and discussion. Each week we usually have a short talk and mediation and perhaps a puja (Buddhist ritual, making offerings to the shrine) where members can join in, with the opportunity to learn and discuss different teachings […]