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 vegetarian filling of your choice to share.

Sangha Night 24 September, 7:15pm – 9:15pm ‘The great secret of morals is love’: The First Ethical Precept   Vishvapani will give a short talk on the first ethical precept, followed by discussion groups.    The great secret of morals is love; or a going out of our own nature, and an identification of ourselves with […]

Sangha Night 1st October 7:15-9:15 Putting Metta into Action  Workshop with Tamonuda My fellow creatures are the same as myself. All have the same sorrows, the same joys as I, and I must guard them like myself. The body, manifold of parts in its divisions of members, must be preserved as a whole; and so likewise this […]

Sangha nights are an opportunity to come together in friendship and practice. Each week we look to bring part of the Buddha’s teaching to study, discuss and investigate how these teachings and useful practices can help us understand why being human can often be quite painful. The Buddha knew how human existence brought much suffering and […]