Silver Sangha

Red-crowned crane. Photo @KyotoDailyPhotoWhen the Golden Buddha Centre project began in 1998, its particular aim was to help the growing number of Buddhists who are looking to live a Buddhist way of life into retirement.

These afternoons (2.00pm-3.30pm first Thursday in the month) are an opportunity to meet informally and explore the issues we face in our lives. A time for discussion, sharing and sitting together.

All age groups are of course welcome.

Golden Buddha Centre
The Grove, Totnes, TQ9 5EP

By donation. All welcome.

Click here to read some Silver Sangha posts and films.

Image: Red-crowned crane, displayed on a folding screen during the Gion Matsuri. Mating for life & with a fabled life-span of 1000 years, the crane (鶴 ‘Tsuru’) symbolizes fortune, fidelity & longevity.  © @KyotoDailyPhoto

Buddhism in Devon.

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