The Alameda Sangha


The Alameda Sangha is a place to practice and discuss mindfulness meditation and Buddhist teachings. 

Founded in 2008, today we are led by three teachers of the Theravada tradition, Pauletta M. Chanco, Rebecca Dixon, and Deb Kerr.There are plenty of comfortable chairs that are good for meditating and zafus (cushions) available, and a rug but no mats.  Feel free to bring a blanket to cushion your knees, or any of your own sitting equipment.

The format of the meeting can vary, but generally we meditate, have a dharma talk and then open discussion.  Participation is optional, but encouraged in order to build community, and we hope that, whenever you come, you will feel part of and supported by our sangha.

We meet Sunday evenings from 7-9 pm at the Buena Vista United Methodist Church, 2311 Buena Vista Ave. ,in Alameda, CA.  

https://sites.google.com/site/alamedasangha/
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