Once/Twice a month – Practice & Talk Meeting (9–10:40 a.m.)
Practice and Talk Meeting. Once or/and twice a month on Sunday mornings, this public gathering explores the novel blending of classic Buddhist teachings with Shin Buddhism through and inspirational liturgy that includes sitting and voice meditation, incense offering, insightful discussions and Q & A. and so much more. Its unequaled location in Connecticut includes a Zen garden and tatami room.
Eco-Spirituality and Meditation Meetup. This novel practice is not currently active but in the summer of 2023, it organized group environmental walking and voice meditation, with aspirational prayers for all-beings, in a beautiful forest in the heart of Central Connecticut under the guidance of our own Rev. Senpai. M.A. Perhaps in 2024, this outdoor practice may continue in the warmer months.
Clear Light Society. CLS focuses on end of life practice to help loved ones and others in this process, and learn how to cultivate spiritual and emotional healing through meditation. CLS offers a full array of group practices, talks, workshops, retreats, and educational programs for both personal growth and end of life care. CLS is open to the world’s religions and spirituality and thus provides unique non-specific religious practices which can be used by individuals and families to help alleviate physical, spiritual, and emotional distress. To learn more about upcoming practices and events, visit the web site here.
Stoa Buddhist Philosophy Group. This philosophy group is temporarily not meeting. Since 2018, the Stoa Buddhist group used to gather on the 2nd & 4th Wednesday of the month, in order to learn how to integrate the complimentary ancient philosophies of Stoicism and Buddhism into 21st century American life. We offered a non-academic book discussion format to explore this fascinating topic. This groups used to meet on-site and online via Zoom. Visit this group’s web site to learn more. Click here.
Join Buddhist Faith Fellowship’s Facebook Group. This interactive open space is a great place to learn about Buddhism, share knowledge and experiences with the teachings, and keep in touch with the Fellowship’s activities. Click the Facebook icon to enter.