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Buddhist Practice & Talk Meeting


Attend, Practice & Learn

Come and explore the core teachings and practices of Buddhism, as a philosophy of life and deep spiritual practice, that blends classic Buddhist with novel Shin Buddhist teachings, with one of Connecticut's most well-known Buddhist teachers, Rev. Daishin Senpai, M.A.

Our Practice & Talk meetings offer the Buddhist teachings in a caring and meaningful way with the goal of helping ordinary people, those in recovery and those who are not, transform suffering into peace and liberation.

Our meetings at include sitting meditation, sacred chants, incense offering, and so much more. Open to the general public, beginners, and veteran practitioners alike. No experience with Buddhism is necessary in order to attend or learn.

This week, we will be exploring the Rev. (Dr.) Taitetsu Unno’s modern classic, “River of Fire, River of Water”. Visit our Meetup or Facebook groups to learn about the chapter to be discussed; the chapter will be named in the title of the event’s announcement. Also, you can click on our Connect tab, to sign-up for our newsletter. Remember, you don’t need to read anything to attend and enjoy the meeting, nor do you have to be in recovery.

To join our meeting on Zoom, visit our main web site at or click on the link below.
Meeting ID: 311 788 946
Password: 919371

WE HIGHLY RECOMMEND that you give yourself time to sign-in online or arrive in-person before the 9 a.m. meeting.

Our Location: Our location is unparalleled in Connecticut which includes a must see authentic Zen garden and tatami room.

Parking: Limited parking on Washington Terrace but there is plenty on Mt. Vernon Street which is the side street, next to the center.

Meeting Rules: Practice kind speech, be courteous, and abstain from talking about current politics or display or wear political or offensive symbols or imagery.

Suggested Donation: $10 -$15 to help cover costs for our Zoom meeting, internet services, our extensive outreach efforts, and standard operating costs. Thank you in advance for your generous support.

To give a one-time donation, visit
To become a supporting member, visit

*Once or twice a month on Sundays; except during summer recess, and a couple other occasions, and the availability of Rev. Senpai M.A.

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343 Washington Terrace · Middletown, CT