Everyone Welcome

Welcome to the Buddhist Sangha of Bucks County

We meet for meditation every Monday from 7pm-9pm
at the 65 North Main Street in Yardley, PA (Yardley Friends Meeting)  – All welcome!

7pm-8pm is meditation service and 8pm-9pm is open discussion

If you have any questions email us at bsbc19067@yahoo.com

Calendar of Events:  (subscribe to our Newsletter or see our Facebook page up to date event information)

  • All welcome to these events
  • 3/27 & 3/28 Tibetan Lama to lecture and host a meditation retreat (Flyer, Facebook Event)

Yogi Acharya Lama Gursam  will speak on Friday March 27  7 pm to 9pm on “Developing Compassion on and off the Meditation Cushion”

To be held at the Yardley Friends Meeting House, 65 N. Main St, Yardley  All welcome. Suggested donation $25 at door

on Saturday, March 28, Lama Gursam will host a half or full day retreat beginning at 9 AM to 4 PM. Sitting and walking guided meditation, talks on loving kindness and compassion with Q&A .   Bring lunch, drinks and snacks will be available. Afternoon session begins at 1 PM. Suggested donation for Saturday  $ 40 benefits the Bodhichitta Foundation. Info www.buddhistsangha.com or  email us at BSBC190657@yahoo.com

Lama Gursam went to monastery at a very young age, received teachings as a monastic, and studied and practiced as a monastic. Then Lama Gursam went to study in Tibetan University Sarnath, Varanasi, India to get both bachelors and masters degrees in Buddhist Philosophy, History, and languages. Upon graduation he received a special award for scholastic achievement from His Holiness the Dalai Lama.

After university Lama Gursam was requested to assist His Holiness the Chetsang Rinpoche. Lama volunteered for five years as an assistant, as a teacher, and helped with many other duties.

Lama Gursam then completed the traditional three year retreat. Since then every year Lama has gone on retreat in various mountains, including some of Milarepa’s caves. He then returns for six months each year to provide teachings in the West. He also leads pilgrimages to holy places in India, and Nepal.

Lama teaches in English, and always tries to focus on the practical application of the Dharma in everyday life.

First  Monday of every month Basic meditation instruction and answer questions about the Sangha night for the first 20 minutes of the service.

  • You do not need to be a member of the Sangha to join us in any of our events. However, free membership is available to deepen your commitment  to meditation and the Sangha. Ask on a Monday evening for a membership form.

Sangha Support (Dana)*

The Buddhist Sangha of Bucks County offers our weekly meetings, programs, and retreats through the volunteer efforts of members and the Board. We rely on your weekly donations to pay the rental fee for this space. Our teachers and leaders receive no payment for their instruction: in the tradition of dana (generosity) they are supported solely by your voluntary donations. May your generosity be a spontaneous expression of gratitude