We are now integrated
& Sounthington Buddhist Fellowship
We are no
longer meeting in Rocky Hill. Please, click on the Local Buddhist Chapters web page link for group meetings.
of Rocky Hill no longer gathers Tuesday nights from 7:00 to 9:00 p.m., in Rocky Hill, Connecticut (except during the summer months).
Due to space, this group limits its size to the first 6 people who call.
Do not e-mail.
Beginner and advanced practitioners are welcomed. Free of Charge.
Great food always served.
Please arrive 10 minutes
early but if you are late, feel free to join us.
Our Buddhist Practice Group (BPG) of Rocky Hill serves Wethersfield, Cromwell,
Newington, Berlin, New Britain, Middletown areas. We are an affiliated community of the Buddhist Faith Fellowship
of Connecticut. We were founded in the year 2003 by our BFF Practice Leader, Mr. James Plourde.
A PLACE FOR FELLOWSHIP We offer a caring, spiritual and open environment that naturally
creates healthy relationships between the members of our spiritual family. With our regular gatherings, practice groups, social
events, etc. there is a place for you too.
A PLACE FOR LEARNING We are engaged in the study of the whole of Buddhism but place more
focus on Shin Buddhism, which is designed for ordinary working people with busy schedules.
PLACE FOR PRACTICE Every gathering is an occasion for spiritual refreshment full of blessings and inspiration.
Our primary reason for meeting together is to practice the dharma, and to awaken to the Oneness of reality.
group gatherings deeply explore the heart and mind in order to awaken to the Oneness of reality, symbolized
as Amida Buddha. So that we can deepen our appreciation, knowledge and experience of the Shin Buddhist teachings and practices, we use readings from various Buddhist books and multimedia. We offer weekly studies
of the Buddhist teachings in a comfortable home setting.
our sangha focuses more on the study and practical application of the Buddhist teachings, sometimes, our gatherings include
some quiet sitting and voice meditation but we always offer plenty of discussion, fellowship and refreshments. James and the
Buddhist Friends want you to know that you are invited to join them in practice.
Our previous meetings included a viewing and
discussion of a variety of topics such as,
a. Eckhart Tolle's "The Flowering
"Little Buddha" starting Keneau Reeves
"What the Bleep Do We Know?"
"Mythos:" a study of mythology with Joseph Campbell
"Chasing the Buddha"
"Tibetan Book of the Dead" (DVD)
"Be Free Where Ever You Are"
Call us for simple directions, schedule or topic information at (860) --- - ----
US to join our Mailing List but call us for directions
24 hours before the meeting.
Size limit: first 6 people who call.