Week of Events
SCOL Painting Work Party
The SCOL Team is planning to freshen up the look of some of the buildings here this spring, and we are asking for your help. We will be prepping and painting parts of the main building and some of the free standing cabins. Since weather can be an obstacle to painting, we are trying to improve […]
At the beginning of each session, brief instruction to the practice of Shamatha will be given. After a one-hour session and a 10-minute break, there will be a teaching or question-and-answer period with participants.
The KCC monthly Sangha Meeting is open to all to ask questions, listen to others, offer suggestions, etc.
ZOOM only. At the beginning of each session, brief instruction to the practice of Shamatha will be given. After a one-hour session and a 10-minute break, there will be a teaching or question-and-answer period with participants.
NOTE: This group is currently on hold while looking for a new day and time. If you would like to participate, please contact Kay Hartsock at email@example.com.
We are reading Gary Snyder's "The Practice of the Wild."
Participation in the study group is open to all but the Zoom meetings are done by password-protected invitation email. Anyone who is interested should contact the organizer.
The practice of Green Tara belongs to the vajrayana class of meditations. Tara is considered the embodiment of the activity of all the buddhas.
The practice of Chenrezi — the embodiment of the compassion of all the buddhas — is an excellent introduction to yidam practice of vajrayana Buddhism.
The session is intended for individuals who are either unfamiliar with Buddhist practice or are new to KCC. All are welcome and invited to attend.
Come to the Center or join on Zoom at 7pm on Friday, May 19 to watch “Wandering…But Not Lost.” Find the Zoom link on the calendar at KCC.org at 6:45pm and stay after the movie for discussion. “Under the cover of darkness and with no word of his plans, much-beloved Tibetan Buddhist meditation master Yongey […]