Our Community Action kula has announced the date of a special collection for Buddhist Action Month. This will again be for the Soup kitchen, outreach shop and Ipswich Family Bank. There has been a sharp rise in families made homeless due to rising costs and they are being held in… Read More »Buddhist Action Month – Special Collection
Generosity is an important part of Buddhist spiritual practice and the Sangha’s generous donations make a big difference to local charities. The Community Action Kula are putting out this latest appeal for items to help these important local charities.The dates for collection of donations will be Friday 4th March and… Read More »March Collection Announced
As you know, our Centre exists only through the generosity of the people who use it and wish to help it benefit more people. In addition to the monthly bank donations that many of make, (it really helps if you do this – thank you!), many of us drop the… Read More »Meet the contactless Dana bowl!
The new Ipswich Buddhist Centre car and window stickers are a positive but gentle way of promoting awareness of the Ipswich Buddhist Centre around the area. By displaying a sticker you help people see that our Centre is open to all. If you don’t already have a sticker you can… Read More »Is your car raising awareness?
‘One who promotes wisdom in others’ Our Sangha is celebrating the ordination of one of our valued friends as a member Triratna Buddhist Order. An ordination involves making a lifelong commitment to following the Buddhist path within the Triratna tradition and comes only following years of study and practice. Ordination… Read More »New Order Member – Prajnakara
When the Suffolk Baby Hub put out a call for urgent help to support struggling parents and carers of babies in Suffolk, our Community Action kula was quick to respond. They launched a special appeal to the Sangha and within a week or so, were able to provide the Suffolk… Read More »Help for hungry babies
We have launched a project to help shape our future programme for people aged under 30yrs. The first step is a survey of people aged 18 to 30 who live in the Ipswich area. If this is you please complete the survey now and share the link with your friends.… Read More »What matters to you?
Danapriya will be joining the second half of the coming Saturday morning session (23rd Jan) to launch his new book ‘It’s not out there’ – How to see differently and live an extraordinary, ordinary life “Most of us are constantly looking outside ourselves for something: happiness, love, contentment. But this… Read More »Book launch this Saturday
When Hank’s Deli, the vegan store in Ipswich, read in the Evening Star, about our Community Action kula’s collection for Lighthouse Women’s Aid and Ipswich Outreach (for people who are homeless), they were moved to help. They got in touch to offer many non-vegan products that their suppliers had sent… Read More »Hank’s Deli inspired to give
Our Community Action kula delivered more than 400 items and 20 bags of clothes given by the Sangha and friends as part of our latest charity collection. The boxes of donations were delivered to Lighthouse Womens Aid and Ipswich Outreach (supporting homeless people). The donations included enough teabags for 600… Read More »Bumper Buddha Box Collection