Dhammakaya Centre for Buddhist Meditation
2 Brushfield Way
The 1898 church building has been decommissioned and converted for use as a Buddhist temple and space for meditation. The original stained glass is still present. Other features include community rooms, a two metre high Buddha image and shrine, and decorative flags and banners.
We run courses on meditation and Buddhism every Tuesday evening and Saturday afternoon.
9.00-17.00 every day.
A one-hour visit to the Dhammakaya Centre involves a tour of the premises, a guided stilling exercise, a short lecture summarizing Buddhist practice, and a question and answer session with a monk. A worksheet is provided for students. The Centre can also arrange to have a Buddhist speaker visit your school.
How to obtain
Visits are available between 9 - 5, Monday - Friday. Please contact the Education Officer on firstname.lastname@example.org or 01483 475757 to arrange a visit, at least one month in advance.
Cost: suggested donation of £1.50 per person (lunch can be provided for an extra £2.00 per person).