The Port Townsend Sangha conducts weekly meditation sits each Wednesday evening. We offer introductions to meditation, and sponsor non-residential retreats. The Sangha meets in Port Townsend, WA at the Friends Meeting House, 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.
If you would like to receive information on Sangha activities, we invite you to join us any Wednesday or subscribe to our email list.
On Wednesday, November 15, please join us for meditation, tea, and a discussion of the dharma.
The Sangha will meet for meditation, tea and discussion of the dharma at 7 PM at the Friends Meeting House at Sheridan and 19th Streets in Port Townsend.
This week, after meditation and tea we will continue our exploration of the paramis with Jack Kornfield’s talk, “The Surprising Delights of Renunciation.”
What possessions, thoughts, habits and ways of being do we cling to? What might be the benefits of letting some of that go?
Everyone is invited. We hope you will join us.
Days of Mindfulness (day-long retreats) take place on the second Saturday of the month, except during the months of weekend retreats.
Please see our “Monthly Days of Mindfulness” page for further information on our Saturday Sits and a complete 2017 schedule. On the same page, you can sign up to attend one of these one-day retreats.
If you would like additional information, please contact us by email.
The PT Sangha Library shares space with the Quaker Library at the Friends Meetinghouse. It is open on Wednesday evenings and retreat weekends.
We have a wide variety of books and recordings on Buddhism, Buddhist practice, meditation and other spiritual traditions. All books and media may be borrowed.
You can Download a Searchable PDF file with the library catalog, or
To learn more about how the library works, visit our Lending Library page.
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