Sangha Festivals & Pujas

Full Moon Puja - Dedicated to Green Tara (July 2018)

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 Green Tara.

For those who know our basic Triratna meditation practices.

Friday 27th July 2018, 19:00 - 21:30
With: Satyanathin
£10/ £5 (concession)
Going Deeper
No booking required

Dharma Day (Sun 29 July 2018)

10.30 am Doors open
11am Chanting, meditation and reflection
1pm Veggie lunch to share
2.15 pm Dharma talk - Footsteps of Truth, following the Trackless One. With Ratnaprabha.
followed by Special Dharma Day Workshop With Ratnaprabha
4pm Tea
4.30 pm Dedication of new Rupas of JInnas by Visuddhimati followed by Festive Puja led by Maitrisambhava.

Sunday 29th July 2018, 11:00 - 18:00
With: Visuddhimati, Ratnaprabha, Santva, Abhilasa, Maitrisambhava
Open to All
No booking required

Padmasambhava Day (Sun 16 Sept 2018)

Programme tbc

Sunday 16th September 2018
With:
By donation
Open to All
No booking required

Celebrate Mabon - the Autumn Equinox

The autumnal equinox occurs when the sun crosses the equator on its apparent journey southward, and we experience a day and a night that are of equal duration.
So for the moment nature is in balance. It is a time to reap what you have sown in the spring, of giving thanks for the harvest and the bounty the Earth provides
It is a time for finishing up old projects and plans. Mabon as it was known is a time of celebration and balance.

We'll meditate and reflect on the time and do a puja.
Bring acorns (and other autumnal fruits) and dried (clean!) leaves as offerings.

Fri 21 Sept 2018

19:00 - 21:30
With: Lalitaraja
By donation
Open to All
No booking required

Sangha Day Festival (Sun 25 Nov 2018)

Sunday 25th November 2018
With:
Open to All
No booking required

Winter Solstice Celebration (Fri 21 Dec 2018)

The winter solstice, the rebirth of the Sun, is an important turning point, as it marks the shortest day, when the hours of daylight are at their least. We'll celebrate with meditation, reflection and ritual to prepare for the festive season and for the coming year.

This is a time to reflect on the year and prepare our resolutions, so that we have the best chance of success with any changes we want to make. Wear red!

Fri 21 Dec 2018
18.15 food to share
19.15 Ritual

With: Lalitaraja
Open to All
No booking required