Last Friday, on the 15th of September, we came together for a heartwarming and joyous evening at our annual Friends Supper Social. This event is our special way of expressing our profound gratitude to all of you who have generously supported the Jamyang Buddhist Centre.
In the tapestry of life, caregivers emerge as unsung heroes, embodying compassion, selflessness, and resilience. Their unwavering dedication to providing care and emotional support to family members is a testament to the depth of human kindness.
Help us to reach our fundraising goals! Find out more about Part III of Honouring the Lineage Project.
We are excited to announce that the Rainbow Sangha – LGBTQ+ Buddhist Gathering of Jamyang London Buddhist Centre has been awarded a grant as part of this year’s LGBTQ+ Futures: Faith Fund from the Consortium for Stronger LGBTQ+ Communities.
Did you know that in the basement of Jamyang London Buddhist Centre, there lies an extensive audio cassette collection?
On Saturday mornings, locals and refugees come to practice yoga at Jamyang London Buddhist Centre, near Kennington tube station. The sessions for refugees are always free, as part of the social project “Yoga for Refugees.”
Jamyang London Buddhist Centre has long been a spiritual home for the Buddhist community in London, finding its roots at the Old Courthouse on Renfrew Road in 1995. As the organisation continues to grow & evolve, it is ever more clear that a new architectural vision will support the long-term strategic goals of the organisation, distilled into five essential priorities:
In the tapestry of Buddhist traditions, the practice of extending blessings to animals holds a special place. Rooted in compassion and a deep reverence for all forms of life, Buddhist animal blessings reflect the core values of interconnectedness, kindness, and mindfulness.