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Join our lively Buddhist community in Southampton

Frozen Berries


Sangha mornings and practice nights happen every week. At monthly and bimonthly meetings, we deepen our connections and our practice. Scroll down for details.

Join us on Saturday 28 January for some very special events.

First up, visiting teacher Prajnaketu is with us for sangha morning. He'll talk about his new book Cyberloka: A Buddhist Guide to Digital Life.

When: Saturday 28 January, 10 am – 12.30 pm

Format: In person at the centre

Can't get here this morning? Use Zoom

Then, later that day, Sangha Arts is back! An evening of music and spoken word. Come and share a song, story or poem that moves, inspires or delights you.

When: Saturday 28 January, 6.30 pm – 9.30 pm

Format: In person at the centre

There may be more activities too, as part of the Amitabha Project. Keep an eye on Facebook and Instagram for updates.

Events for all

Sangha morning

Guidance on meditation and Buddhism, with lots of time for discussion. Includes a break for tea and making new friends.

​When: Every Saturday, 10 am – 12.30 pm
Format: In person at the centre
Can't get here this week? Use Zoom


Practice night

Unguided practice followed by devotional ritual. Suitable if you know the mindfulness of breathing and metta bhavana.

​When: Every Friday, 7 pm – 8.30 pm
Format: In person at the centre


Parent sangha

An afternoon for Buddhist parents to share with their children and friends. Snacks, chat and fun.

When: 3rd Saturday of the month, 1 pm – 2.30 pm

Format: In person at the centre

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Events for regulars


Women's morning

Meet other women and share your experience of practising the Dharma.
When: 2nd Sunday of every month, 10 am – 12.30 pm
Format: Online

Zoom link: Here


Men's morning

A chance to meditate with other men and discuss your practice together.

When: Sunday 19 February, 10 am – 12.30 pm

Where: In person at the centre

Rural retreats

Take time out from your everyday life for a deeper experience of yourself and others.

Once or twice a year, we enjoy a weekend together in the countryside.


An opportunity to make real strides in your life, practice and friendships.

Watch this space for details of our next retreat.

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Your generosity keeps us going

Most of our events run on a donation basis. Where there are course fees, concessions are always available.
The more you give, the more we can spread the Buddha’s teaching.

Ask for a Gift Aid form to make your gift go further.

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