2nd and 4th Sundays of the month*
9 a.m. – 10: 30 a.m.
All are welcomed. No Experience Necessary.
Twice a month, on the 2nd and 4th Sundays*, we offer a unique opportunity to explore the core teachings and practices of Buddhism, as a philosophy of life and deep spiritual practice, that combines the traditional with the innovative, with one of Connecticut’s most well-known Buddhist teachers, Rev. Daishin Senpai, M.A. Our Online Practice & Talk meetings are enriching occasions to personally engage the Dharma (Buddhism) in a nurturing, gentle, and meaningful way.
Our Online Practice & Talk meetings have been the defining feature of our Fellowship since 2001. Meeting via Zoom, on Sunday mornings at 9 am, our Practice & Talk meetings are open to the general public; it is ideal for those just starting to explore the Buddhist teachings, as wells as, being relevant to the most veteran of adherents. Our simple format makes it easy for any participant to follow along and to come away with a nugget of insight and a touch of the Great Compassion.
Our Sunday practice includes traditional chants, and quiet sitting meditation, as well as, an exploration of Buddhism from a modernist point of view, which takes into account American culture, neuroscience, the evolutionary sciences and physics, and openly accepts the wisdom of other Buddhist schools and Western philosophy.
I’ve never meditated before? I don’t know anything about Buddhism?
No problem. Visit the links below to get an idea on how to practice sitting meditation.
You don’t need to know anything about Buddhism to participate. Don’t be deterred. Our easy Practice & Talk format is designed to help you understand and appreciate the practice and subject matter being discussed.
Meditation by Ven. S. Dhammika
How to Practice Buddhist Meditation (with photos) by WikiHow
Suggested donation of $10 to $15 per person to help cover the costs: extensive outreach, internet service, Zoom Communications, Meetup and other standard operating costs. Thank you for your financial support.
*Mostly 2nd and 4th Sundays of the month; except during winter and summer recess, and a few other occasions.