Every Tuesday at 7pm is Open Night at Wellington Buddhist Centre. This is a time when anybody can come along no matter what level of experience they have. It is a great introduction to Wellington Buddhist Centre, as well as a chance to contact like-minded people.
The evening usually starts off with a presentation of an aspect of Buddhism or meditation. If you want to stay on we have a tea break followed by meditation and rituals.
Suggested donation: $15 (waged) / $10 (low income)
Next Open Night: – Triratna: a Unified Movement
Tuesday 24 April, 7 pm – 9 pm
In the second in our series on the six distinctive emphases of Triratna Achala will talk about how Triratna is a unified movement.
Triratna is unified in the sense that membership of it is open to all regardless of nationality, race, colour, education, class or caste, cultural background, gender, sexual orientation, or age: it seeks to welcome and value all as individuals. More specifically, the Triratna Buddhist Order is open to both men and women on fully equal terms.
Upcoming Open Nights
|1st May.||Six Emphases – Centrality of Going for Refuge||Saradarshini|
|8th May.||Six Emphases – The Arts||Achala|
|15th May.||Six Emphases – Friendship||Aryagita|
|22nd May.||Six Emphases – The New Society||Upekshamani|
|29th May.||Buddha Day Festival||Asangamati and Suryagita|