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Annual Community Pot Luck and Silent Auction - Sunday, Nov.18 @5pm at Mayling and Paul's.
Please come along for the best pot luck of the year!

Article Study Group Thursday, Nov. 15 @6pm - The Practice of Sangha by Thich Nhat Hanh - here’s the article

Winter Meditation Challenge- Get a good start on the year with a daily meditation practice - January 7 - February 4

Listen to Khenpo Kunga’s beautiful meditation teaching at the library - Here


Online Study Opportunities -

Vajrayana Online - Vajrayana Online is a remarkable online learning program that offers practical teachings on the full range of Buddhist thought and practice, as well as individual guidance from senior Tibetan lamas and meditation instructors and the opportunity to connect with a global community of meditators. Mingyur Rinpoche is actively involved with this program, offering both live and recorded teachings.

Greeting to the community from Mingyur Rinpoche - Here 

Please help support of lineage teachers who have inspired and guided our community for the past 20 years - Here

Inside our website, you’ll learn all about our community: our monthly calendar, our practices and activities, as well as information about our spiritual lineage, a guide to finding Buddhist related resources in the internet, and some lists of recommended readings. You’ll also find many recordings of our Monday night teachings, as well as a number of great podcasts and articles and video clips to stimulate your mind and open your heart. (see menu above) These are all free to anyone who wants to follow along with us at a distance. Most importantly, you’ll find a curriculum of study, complete with talks, articles, and recommended readings to help you as you move along the path of study and practice. Finally, you can learn how to join our community.

“Refrain from causing harm,
Foster all that is virtuous,
And thoroughly tame your mind
These are the teachings of the Buddha”