Sangha Events

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Muck-in Mondays

A weekly opportunity for active dana given in the form of keeping our shrine spaces and centre well maintained, safe, clean and tidy. Join us every week  13:45-16:45 or just when you can. We will start and finish with a short ritual and check-in over a mid-afternoon break. Working together, mindful of each other, in our practice of giving what we can, with an open heart. This is an exploration of team-work and practice and we'd love you to join in. We plan to get greener and so do bring any environmentally friendly cleaning  or DIY know-how you might have.

Repeats every week every Monday. 1.45pm to 4.45pm

The founding of Triratna Buddhist Order and Triratna Buddhist Community- a celebration

Saturday, April 4, 2020 - 10:00 to Sunday, April 5, 2020 - 17:00

Every year we celebrate the founding of the Triratna Buddhist Order in 1968 by Urgyen Sangharakshita. At the time it was known as the Western Buddhist Order. At the Order's founding a new spiritual movement, called the Friends of the Western Buddhist Order, also came into being. This movement, developed and supported by the Triratna Buddhist Order as an experession of its desire for the happiness of all beings, is now known as the Triratna Buddhist Community. 

Glasgow Buddhist Centre is happy to be hosting this years Scotland wide celebrations. Order members are invited to celebrate...

Young Buddhist Meetup

Young Buddhists: An monthly evening of meditation and Dharma

A monthly meetup for those between 16-35 interested in Buddhism and meditation. A chance to connect, practice and go deeper with those of a similar age. We will eat, chat and meditate together, exploring the theme of 'Virya'- energy in pursuit of the good. Newcomers and regulars welcome. Next meet-up: Sunday April 12th

Search Facebook for Glasgow Young Buddhists or follow this link

5.30pm to 8.30pm

Impermanence the only beauty that lasts - reflections aided by a tour of Glasgow's Necropolis.

Saturday, April 25, 2020 - 10:30 to 16:30

Impermanence is the cornerstone of Buddhist teachings and practice. All that exists is impermanent; nothing lasts. When we establish a deep understanding of this, we follow the Buddha’s teachings.

This day has been created to help us reflect and accept that our lives are beautiful and transient.  In the morning we will have a guided tour of the great Glasgow Necropolis, looking at notable graves and Victorian death symbology to help us understand our cultural and spiritual beliefs about impermanence.  We’ll come back to the GBC for lunch and then spend our afternoon...

The Poet's Way 2020

Deepening our spiritual practice through the power of creativity, words and the poetry of life

 Sundays from 5.15pm(for a 5.30pm start) to 9pm at the Glasgow Buddhist Centre, 329 Sauchiehall Street, Glasgow G2 3HW.
Bring writing materials, a poem for sharing with 4 copies – yours or by someone else, and vegetarian food to share.

26th Jan, 23rd Feb, 22nd March, 26th April, 24th May, 21st June, 23rd Aug, 27th Sept, 25th Oct, 22nd Nov, 13th Dec

Repeats every month on February, March, April, May, June, August, September, October, November on the fourth Sunday. 5.15pm to 9.00pm