“…educating children with warm hearts and clear heads; children who will one day help to create a more compassionate, intelligent and peaceful world.”– Inspired by the words of His Holiness the Dalai Lama
What is Buddhist Family Practice?
Buddhist Family Practice is an opportunity for families with children to practice mindfulness and learn traditional Buddhist teachings such as compassion, interdependence, and gratitude. It follows the general format of the Buddhist Faith Fellowship’s regular bi-weekly gathering, but in a shorter, more relaxed format, with elements tailored to children under 13. All ages are welcome!
Where and when do we meet?
We meet at the Wesleyan University Campus in Middletown, Connecticut, at the same location as the regular Buddhist Faith Fellowship gathering:
College of East Asian Studies Wesleyan University, 343 Washington Terrace Middletown, Connecticut
We generally meet on the 1st and 3rd Sundays of the month at 9:00 A.M. Please check our calendar for updates and to RSVP.
Our online Stoa Buddhist Philosophy Group Meetings meets on the second and forth Wednesdays of the month, from 6:00 – 7:00 p.m. We hope you can join our warm and friendly group. No experience or knowledge necessary with Buddhism or Stoicism to join in and listen to our reading and discussion.
Our new discussion book is titled, "Seneca: Dialogues and Essays" by Oxford World Classics. Please purchase this book from your favorite book seller such as Amazon or Barnes & Noble or via That Book Store on the Silas Deane Highway in Wethersfield, Connecticut.
It is important to know that "no experience or knowledge necessary with Stoicism or Buddhism". Prior reading is not required but is preferable.
To join the Stoa Buddhist Meeting visit our main web site or click on the link below or visit the Stoa Buddhist, https://www.stoabuddhism.org/ or the Buddhist Faith Fellowship web sites.
Join Zoom Meeting
WE HIGHLY RECOMMEND that you give yourself time to sign-in before 6 p.m. meeting but if you can’t, you are welcomed to join us any time. Also, you can turn off your camera if you are camera shy.
Stoa Buddhist Philosophy Group Rules: Practice kind speech, be courteous, and abstain from talking about current politics. Talking about ancient Greek/Roman or even up to the end of WW II is okay.
Suggested Donation: $1 – $5 to help cover costs for using Zoom Video Communications, internet services, and standard operating costs. Thank you in advance for your generous support. Please visit, https://bffct.org/bff/give6