Clacton Saṅgha Night (in person in Clacton-on-Sea)

Clacton Saṅgha Night (in person in Clacton-on-Sea)

This class is suitable for all levels of experience. The evening is usually structured in two halves. In the first half there is a meditation practice, and after a short tea break, we will explore an aspect of Buddhism with a talk from one of our ordained members from the Colchester Buddhist Centre.

Classes are free but your donations are greatly appreciated.

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Date Meditation Talk Subject
25 November Mindfulness of Breathing Introduction: Life of the Buddha
2 December Mettā Bhāvanā Introduction: The Three Jewels
9 December Mindfulness of Breathing Ethics: The Preciousness of Life
16 December Mettā Bhāvanā Ethics: Generosity
23 December Mindfulness of Breathing Ethics: Stillness, Simplicity and Contentment
30 December Mettā Bhāvanā Ethics: Wholesome Speech
6 January Mindfulness of Breathing Ethics: Mindfulness and Life Without Intoxication
13 January Mettā Bhāvanā Meditation: System of Practice
20 January Mindfulness of Breathing Meditation: Hindrances and Antidotes
27 January Mettā Bhāvanā Meditation: Access Concentration and Dhyāna
3 February Mindfulness of Breathing Wisdom: Conditionality and The Five Niyāmas
10 February Mettā Bhāvanā Wisdom: Karma & Rebirth
17 February Mindfulness of Breathing Wisdom: The Three Lakṣaṇas
24 February Mettā Bhāvanā Wisdom: The Four Noble Truths
3 March Mindfulness of Breathing Ritual and Devotion
10 March Mettā Bhāvanā Short Talks from Team Members
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Frequently Asked Questions

What time should I arrive for class?

As we are observing a number of covid precautions it is recommended that you arrive at the Centre 5-10 minutes before the class is due to start.

What should I wear?

There are no special requirements, just whatever is comfortable to sit in.

Do I need to book?

No - currently our arrangements are that you do not need to book, you may simply come along.

Do I need to be a Buddhist?

The class is especially suited for people who are completely new to meditation and Buddhism, and suitable for everyone, regardless of your religious beliefs.

How much does the class cost?

We don't charge for our classes, and the team are not paid for their time. We simply ask that those who are able to do so make a donation to the centre to help us cover our running costs.

See the link on our web site to enable you to make a donation.

Can I still attend if I am under 18?

All are welcome at our classes however if you are under the age of 18 please contact us in advance of joining the session (

The Team


Where to Find Us

The class is held at the Quaker Meeting House, a 5 minute walk from the station. There is free street parking on the road.