Monday Sitting Group
The Monday Sitting Group welcomes experienced and beginning practitioners alike and no booking is necessary. It is usually led by a teacher with approximately a half-hour meditation followed by teaching, questions and discussion. These evenings are freely offered, with an encouragement to offer a donation (dana) to support the livelihood of the teachers.
VENUE: The Friends Meeting House, St Giles, Oxford OX13LW
WHAT TO BRING: mat/blanket, bench or cushion (chairs and some cushions are available.
Weekly meetings spring/summer 2019
29th April Venerable Canda
6th May Chris Cullen
13th May Venerable Canda
20th May Venerable Canda
27th May Chris Cullen
3rd June Chris Cullen
10th June Peers
17th June Brigid Avison
24th June Peers
1st July Kathryn Tulip
8th July Mark Ovland
15th July Kathryn Tulip
22nd July Summer Break
Sunday Sangha Meetings for 2019 – 11am to 2pm
Sunday 13th January -St Margaret’s Institute 30 Polstead Rd, Oxford OX2 6TN
Sunday 10th February – Florence Park Community Centre, Cornwallis Road, Oxford OX4 3NH
Sunday 10th March – Florence Park Community Centre
Sunday 14th April – Florence Park Community Centre
Sunday 19th May – St Margaret’s Institute
Sunday 16th June – St Margaret’s Institute
Sunday 14th July – St Margaret’s Institute
Sunday 8th September – Florence Park Community Centre
Sunday 6th October – Florence Park Community Centre
Sunday 3rd November – Florence Park Community Centre
Sunday 8th December – Florence Park Community Centre
It would be helpful if you could arrive between 11am and 11.15am. If you arrive before that, you can wait in the lobby or outside.
Entrance fee: £5 (£3 concessions)
Sangha is the Pali word for community. These meetings will be an opportunity to practise together, to discuss the teachings of the Buddha, to share food and to get to know each other. Please bring vegetarian food to share. Family members, including children, are welcome to join us, either for the whole session or for the lunch only. The sessions will be suitable for both beginners and experienced meditators.
The meetings will consist of a practice session usually comprising meditation, a recorded talk and a discussion. Lunch will start at 1pm.
The practice session will begin at 11.15. If you arrive after the meditation has started, we ask you to sit on one of the chairs at the back of the room, to avoid disturbing the meditation. You can come forward when it’s finished.
At 12.50, partners and children can come into the hall and join us for lunch.
Most of these meetings will be peer-led and will make use of recorded talks given by experienced Dharma teachers.
We will be using Florence Park Community Centre and St Margaret’s Institute for 2019.
Venerable Canda is now offering regular Sutta discussion evenings which are taking place at an Oxford venue. These will centre on the practical application of the teachings in our lives.
Anyone interested will just need to contact email@example.com to confirm and to get the address beforehand.
Updated March 2019
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