Just as the ocean has one taste – the taste of salt – so too does the Dharma have one taste: the taste of liberation. –The Buddha
Special Events Buddhism Courses Buddhism Classes
Buddhism insists that we can change – change ourselves, and together change the world. It teaches practical methods which enable us to realise and use its teachings in order to transform our experience and to be fully responsible for our lives. Along with the classes listed below, we also have regular classes specifically for people under 35 and a women's class. Click on a day below to find out more about a specific class.
Mornings Wednesdays, 10.35-12.30am
Evenings 7.15-9.45pm, Mondays and Fridays
Monthly Saturdays. A meditation and Buddhism class for women who know the Mindfulness of Breathing and Metta Bhavana meditations.
Encouraging and developing our children's mindfulness and kindness through Buddhist practice and storytelling. Includes meditation, chanting and craft activities.
6 Wednesdays starting 3 Jan. No need to book.
8 Mondays starting 8 Jan, as part of the Monday Class.
A class to give parents (and non-parents/prospective parents) the opportunity to practice together and to experience the diversity of dharma practitioners within our sangha.
What do the Buddha’s teachings mean to you, now, in your life? On these drop-in classes we will be examining Buddhists texts to draw out their relevance to us, and using them as a means for deeper questioning, discussion and developing a wiser life.
A meditation and Buddhism class for women who know the Mindfulness of Breathing and Metta Bhavana meditations.
Mornings exploring Buddhism’s relevance to the social issues of the day and how we can apply the Dharma to transform both ourselves and our communities. Hosted by the Transforming Self and World team, with talks from Order members.
Encouraging and developing our children’s mindfulness and kindness through Buddhist teaching, practice and storytelling. Includes meditation, chanting and craft activities. For 3-12 year olds, parents/carers welcome.
These monthly rituals give a regular point of devotional focus and the chance to explore Buddhist ritual.