Port Townsend Sangha

The Port Townsend Sangha has weekly meditation sits, offers introductions to meditation, and sponsors non-residential retreats. We are located in Port Townsend, WA and meet at a fully wheelchair-accessible site.

While our focus is on vipassana, or Insight Meditation, we welcome anyone who wishes to sit with us in silent meditation and is interested in the dharma.

Save the Dates: 2017 Sangha Weekend Retreats

Our two weekend non-residential retreats for 2017 include:

  • April 14-16: Tuere Sala, co-teacher at Seattle Insight Meditation Society
  • September 2-3: Heather Martin, principle teacher at Salt Spring Island Vipassana Community

More information to come closer to the dates. Stay tuned!

February 11 Day of Mindfulness Practice

Our next Day of Meditation (DOM) will be held on Saturday February 11, from 10am to 4pm at a home in Port Townsend. Continue reading

2017 Days of Mindfulness Program

The Day of Mindfulness (DOM) committee met recently to organize our 2017 schedule of Saturday Sits. The day-long retreats take place on the second Saturday of the month except those months of our weekend retreats (usually May and October).

Please see our “Monthly Days of Mindfulness” page for further information on our Saturday Sits and a complete 2017 schedule.

Guiding Committee Meeting Minutes – October 4, 2016

The PT Sanhga Guiding Committee met on October 4, 2016 for their third Quarterly Meeting. Minutes of this meeting can be accessed here.

Sangha Lending Library

The PT Sangha Library shares space with the Quaker Library at the Friends Meetinghouse. It contains a wide variety of books and tapes on Buddhism, Buddhist practice, meditation and other spiritual traditions. It’s available for members to peruse during Wednesday night sits and retreat weekends. Continue reading

More Opportunities to Practice the Dharma

Looking for other opportunities to practice the Dharma on the Olympic Peninsula? Here are some suggestions: Continue reading

Guiding Committee Meetings

The PT Sangha Guiding Committee meets occasionally to discuss issues that are currently relevant to the Sangha. Click here for an archive of minutes for these meetings.

Retreat Scholarships Available

Sangha members contribute dana as a gesture of generosity and in support the Port Townsend Sangha. Part of these funds are used towards members of the Sangha who would like to enrich their meditation practice by participating in an extended retreat. Please refer to the Retreat Scholarship program for details. If you have any questions, please ask any member of the Guiding Committee.