Virtual Sit and Share Meetings via Zoom

Continuing on Mondays & Thursdays at 7:30 pm ready for a prompt start @ 8 pm (UK time).

This is a Buddhist-inspired online meditation meeting.

Join the meeting at

No registration is needed. If a password is requested just enter – 5ps

PLEASE NOTE: The meeting is scheduled to start at 8 pm and close at 9 pm but the Zoom meeting room will be open 30-minutes before and after for conversation, connection and fellowship.

Please connect to Zoom from 7:30 pm (UK Time) as the 1st meditation will start promptly at 8.00 pm on Mondays and Thursdays:

From 7:30 pm UK Time Meeting Host/Leader
Thursday,  Aug  27,  2020 Vince
Monday,  Aug  31,  2020 Jacob
Thursday,  Sept  03,  2020 Andrew
Monday,  Sept  07,  2020 Jessica
Thursday,  Sept  10, 2020 Andrew
Monday,  Sept  14,  2020 Patrick
Thursday, Sept  17,  2020 Kenny
Monday,  Sept  21,  2020 Vince
Thursday,  Sept  24,  2020 Andrew
Monday,  Sept  28,  2020 Beth
Thursday,  Oct  01,  2020 Jacob
Monday,  Oct  05,  2020 To Be Advised
Thursday,  Oct  08,  2020 TBA
Monday,  Oct  12,  2020 TBA
Thursday,  Oct  15,  2020 TBA
Monday, Oct  19,  2020 TBA

## If you would like to volunteer to lead one of these meetings please see the Leader Instructions and email

Please sign-in to Zoom up to 30-minutes before the start time i.e.

Times are UK based.

  • From 7.30 pm ‘Sit-and-Share’ Zoom Room open 
  • 8.00 pm  Opening serenity meditation (10 minutes)
  • 8.10 pm  Introduction and/or reading of tonight’s topic
  • 8.15 pm  Meditation on tonight’s chosen topic (10 minutes)
  • 8.25 pm  Sharing – discussion on tonight’s topic
  • 8.50 pm  Meditation (10 minutes)
  • 9.00 pm  Announcements (if any)
  • 9.00 pm  Closing dedication
  • 9.30 pm ‘Sit-and-Share’ Zoom Room closes.

Meetings operate on an informal drop-in basis and are suitable for all levels of experience.  

Please send any suggestions for suitable topics of contemplation to 

Guidelines on how to attend a virtual recovery meeting can be found by clicking here.

An international directory of Buddhist Recovery Meetings can be found here.