Welcome

Classes at the Quaker Meeting House have been suspended as of 16th March 2020 due to the Coronavirus. When they restart there will be a new notification here. We wish everyone well.

If recent attendees at Worcester Buddhist Centre classes would like to attend their usual classes but via Zoom (video conferencing) please let Viryanaya or Nibbhaya know or email the Worcester Buddhist Centre at

worcesterbuddhistcentre@googlemail.com

Please state which class you have been attending; either the Introductory or Regulars classes (Thursday or Saturday). On online video conference facility there will be room for a maximum of 10 people.

If you want to try out meditation, or to learn how to develop mindfulness and kindness towards yourself and others, or to explore how the teachings of the Buddha are relevant to modern life, then we run classes and courses for you.

Since 2002, Worcester Buddhist Centre has been running a range of events in and around Worcestershire. Our classes are open to all. You are very welcome to come and try out meditation,and to join in with discussions and workshops on different aspects of Buddhist way of life.

More and more people are discovering the power of meditation to cultivate awareness, confidence, calmness, and kindness. Buddhism is a practical teaching that gives us tools for dealing better with everyday situations, as well as a different perspective on our life.

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use this email address worcesterbuddhistcentre@gmail.com or use the contact form on the contact page

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