Sangha Festivals & Pujas

ONLINE: Dharma Day Festival (Sun 12 July 2020)

The Buddha's teachings are known as the Dharma. Join us together online for our annual celebration of the very first time he began to teach his path of freedom - the first 'turning of the wheel of the Dharma' - teachings that have come down through the centuries to us here in the present day.

You can join for any or all of our sessions through the day.

10:30 Ratnaprabha hosts from the North London Buddhist Centre Main Shrine Room.

10:45 Talk by Ratnaprabha - 'The Buddhist path and how it started' with discussion and questions.

12:00-12:45 Meditation with Maitrisambhava

14:00 Readings from the Buddha and his Enlightened disciples, with Santva.

15:00 Meditation and tea break.

16:00-17:00 Ritual/puja with Lalitaraja.

Join Zoom Meeting here

Meeting ID: 845 8733 4683
Password: 019374

We are also hoping to LIVE stream the day on our North London Buddhist Centre YouTube channel. Check it out here at the time:- here

These events are offered in the spirit of generosity in that our teachers give their time for free. Please consider joining with that spirit and donating to help our Centre stay afloat during these difficult times.

Please donate here

We'll be an online Buddhist Centre until it's OK to re-open. New online events will posted here

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Sun 12 July; sessions throughout the day
With: Ratnaprabha
By donation. Please donate here
Open to All
No booking required

TO BE CONFIRMED: Full Moon Puja - Dedicated to Amitabha (Fri 31 July 2020)

An evening of meditation and devotional practice dedicated to Buddhas and Bodhisattvas who represent different aspects of the Awakened Mind.

Tonight's puja is dedicated to Amitabha.

For those who know our basic Triratna meditation practices.

Friday 31st July 2020, 19:30 - 21:30
With: Ratnaprabha
£10/ £5 (concession)
Going Deeper
No booking required