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 https://us04web.zoom.us/s/553721188
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 email@example.com
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 firstname.lastname@example.org
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.