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Community Action launched

Whilst Sangha members have always played their part in living the Dharma through practical action, this has stepped up a level with the introduction of a new Community Action kula (working group) and a new Community Action page on the website. If you are a regular with the Centre and… Read More »Community Action launched

Next six week ‘Buddhism for Beginners’ course announced

The two six week courses, level 1 and level two ‘Buddhism for Beginners’ provide the perfect introduction to meditation and Buddhist ethics. The courses are presented live online so you can participate from virtually anywhere. The event page has more details

Live United at Friends Night

The Thursday evening Friends Night moves on to consider the second phrase in the motto that Dhardo Rimpoche gave his school in Kalimpong, Northern India. “Cherish the doctrine, live united and radiate love” ‘Live United’ will be the theme of Freinds Night sessions throughout August and September. If the first… Read More »Live United at Friends Night

BAM 7-day Action Calendar

Our amazing BAM kula has produced a stunning downloadable ‘Action Calendar’ to help us all engage with the Buddist Action Month and provide a spring board to carry it on. Please share your BAM activities (in line with Buddhist principles) and any difference it made to others, the community, the planet,… Read More »BAM 7-day Action Calendar

Dharma on BBC Radio Suffolk

Angie has been invited by BBC Suffolk to do some ’thought for the day’ type talks for Jon Wright’s evening show. They are to be aired in the week beginning 15 June. (Probably Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday & Friday). Themes she will be covering include impermanence and global interconnectedness, generosity, patience,… Read More »Dharma on BBC Radio Suffolk

Meditation in the Park

The very popular series of ‘Meditation in the Park’ organised by the Ipswich Buddhist Centre resumes after lockdown with an outdoor mediation in Christchurch Park on Sunday 19th July at 3pm. Naturally. this event will be a little different to pre-lockdown, with greater distance between everyone. The Ipswich Buddhist Centre… Read More »Meditation in the Park