Sangha Night

Thursdays 7.30-9.00pm (online or in person)

Suitable for those who have been coming to the Buddhist Centre for at least a few months.

At the heart of the Birmingham Buddhist Centre is a community of people that are exploring and practising Buddhism – this is the sangha. Every Thursday night is Sangha Night, where we come together to create a place of friendship, connection and depth, whilst enjoying collective meditation, Dharma and devotional practice. Like most of our events, it is run on a donation basis




19 May: Buddha Day puja with Sthanasraddha

26 May: Riding the Waves! with Balajit

Buddhism presents a radical, transformative way of relating to experience, including our emotions. But, as the Buddha warned, it’s very easy to pick up the teachings in a misguided and even unhelpful way. Tonight we will be focusing on the emotional dimension of practice. How can we skillfully relate to turbulent painful emotions and dullness in a way that kindles their transformation? How can we learn to trust the more expansive, open and pleasurable emotions as our practice deepens?

2 June: Buddhist Action in the World, with Sangharuchi

9 June: Buddhism and Politics, talk and interview with Councillor Jo Elson

16 June: No Sangha Night – Birmingham Sangha Retreat at Adhisthana

23 June: Summer Soiree, organised by Maitrisra

No need to book but, if you’d like to attend in person, please read our guidelines. Or join in online here. The meeting ID is 837 7951 7266.

You can catch up with many of the talks given at Sangha Night on FreeBuddhistAudio and some also on YouTube