Archive for the ‘Sangha News’ Category

Tahoma Zen Monastery Plans for 1,000 Years

One Hundred Years after Ajahn Chah Was Born
Five Travel from Oregon to Thailand to Honor Him

Blue Heron Zen Solves Zoning Problems
Retains Seattle Home for Continued Training

Fulfilling its Vision, Portland’s KCC Finishing
Urban Center and Ending Three-Year Retreat

In June Thai Monks from Around the United States
To Convene at Washington State Monastery

Three NW African-American Buddhist Teachers
Share Their Perspectives (On the Way Things Are)

Please Help Seattle Insight Meditation Society
Find a New Home for its Gifts to the Community

Northwesterners, Canadians, Travel to India
For Tibetan Nuns Project’s 30th Anniversary

Celebrating Ven. Thubten Chodron’s 40 Years
As a Monastic and Female Dharma Leader

Dza Kilung Rinpoche Sangha Building Temple

Who Brings the Tea?
The Enigma of a Sangha Without Central Leaders

Portland Insight Meditation Community
Becoming Accessible to People with Disabilities