Meditation has become the cornerstone of the faith of many Unitarian-Universalists, whether their belief is agnostic, theist, or atheist, and whether their orientation is Buddhist, Christian, Jewish, Islamic, or other. Many have found that their own personal meditation experience has been enhanced by the presence and support of others in group mediation. The Meditation/Buddhist Sangha meets regularly at the Hillcrest campus.
Sundays: 9 to 9:20 am (Hillcrest Room 323)
A twenty minute sitting meditation is held each week prior to the first Sunday Service. Please see signs on campus for location.
Sundays: 4 to 6 pm (Hillcrest Room 323)
Open Heart Sangha, practicing in the tradition of Vietnamese Zen Master Thich Nhat Hanh. The group practices sitting meditation and walking meditation, has a short lesson, shares about the practice, and sings. Please bring a cushion or mat to sit on, or chairs will be available. Open to everyone; drop in, registration not required. For more information contact Marge Wurgel at 619-263-2165.
Mondays: 6:30 to 8:30 pm (Hillcrest Room 321)
The Monday evening group begins with a 20 minute silent sitting meditation. This followed a brief ritual and discussion of our meditation and/or practice. The remainder of the time centers around a book discussion.
Wednesdays: 10 am to 12 pm (Hillcrest Room 323)
The Wednesday meeting begins with a 40 minute meditation at 10 am. This meditation can be silent sitting meditation while others do a walking meditation on our church patio. People arrive based on how long they wish to meditate. The meditation is followed by a brief ritual and discussion of our meditation and/or practice. The remainder of the time centers around a book discussion.
For more information contact John Holl at 619-546-6525.
Some come for all or part of these meetings. You are welcome to drop in.