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Nourishing Peace Sangha

Address: 22 Baylie Street   Stourbridge Worcestershire DY8 1AZ
Tradition: Mahayana
Affiliation: Community of Interbeing
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Main Contact: Bernadette  (Phone: 01384 873679)

Worcester Triratna Buddhist Group

Address:   Worcester Worcestershire
Tradition: Non-Sectarian, Triratna
Affiliation: Triratna Buddhist Community
Phone: 01905 729683
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Amida Malvern Sangha

Address: 111 Belmont Road, Malvern Link   Malvern Worcestershire WR14 1PN
Tradition: Mahayana, Pureland
Affiliation: Amida Trust and Order of Amida Buddha
Phone: 01684 572 444
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Teacher: Rev. Kaspalita  
Notes and Events:

The Malvern Sangha group is part of Amida-shu. The type of Buddhism Amida-shu practices is Pureland Buddhism in the Japanese tradition. Japense Pureland follows the teachings of  Honen and Shinran Buddhists priests of medieval Japan. Pureland Buddhism traces its roots back to the teachings of Shakyamuni Buddha who lived in Northern India and Nepal 2500 years ago.

We are at 111 Belmont Road, Malvern Link, Worcestershire, WR14 1PN – just to the north of the Malvern hills. 

Do get in touch with us the first time you’re planning to come along.

From March 2011 we will be meeting on Wednesdays  at 7:30pm - 8:30pm

Weekly Services at The Wheel of Life Centre, 6 North Malvern Road, WR14 4LT

Community of Interbeing - Redditch

Address: Cookhill Village Hall, Evesham Road,   Cookhill, Alcester, Worcestershire B49 5LJ
Tradition: Mahayana, Linji School of Dhyana Buddhism
Affiliation: Vietnamese Zen - Thich Nhat Hanh
Phone: 01527 857679
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Main Contact: Heath Thompson  Email  (Phone: 01527 857679)
Notes and Events:

We meet monthly - generally every third Sunday for a half or full day of mindfulness. 

We follow the teachings of Vietnamese Zen Master, the Venerable Thich Nhat Hanh but also look to other schools and teachings to deepen our practice.  This particular group is interested in the Absolute Truth/Zen/Suchness and working towards realising this through experience.

The grounds of the village hall are lovely.  There are fields with horses, a nice flower garden and lawned area with trees.  If the weather is nice we often meditate and/or practise QiGong outside.  On Days of Mindfulness we walk in noble silence around the fields and woodland that surrounds the hall.