See the “News” section below for notifications about everything from last-minute schedule changes to sangha news.

Under “Upcoming Events,” look for special events, workshops and retreats, rather than Ongoing Programs. These will also appear on our Calendar page.

To submit a News or Events item, email with brief, pertinent details, including an email or web address to link to for more information.


  • Wednesday night teacher schedule
    May 22: Phyllis Hicks (Insight Dialogue)
    May 29: Sarah Bryce
    June 5: Jason Troiano
    June 12: Ron Vereen

  • Next Open Board Meeting: Saturday, 6/8, 10:30 – 12:30 pm via Zoom. See the Calendar for the zoom link.

  • The Hybrid Tech Team needs a few more volunteers to help with the set up before Wednesday evening Sangha. Please contact or if interested in serving the TI community in this way. No experience needed!

  • The Racial Affinity Groups program: We are in the process of expanding options for participation, to include: a curricular-based study of Ruth King’s Mindful of Race; groups that will convene to read and discuss other books related to race/ethnicity and Buddhism; and some local Bearing Witness sitting opportunities. Stay tuned!

Upcoming Events

  • A Path for Our Times – An Insight Dialogue Retreat

    Phyllis Hicks and Nolithe Tsengiwe will lead an Insight Dialogue retreat Aug 1-6 at Southern Dharma Retreat Center in NC.
    See the Southern Dharma event page for details and to register.  From the retreat description: “When we come into a relationship of acceptance with the immediacy of what’s happening, we have supportive conditions for expansion, for loosening identification, and for transforming tension and reactivity into understanding. Our minds can be experienced as instruments of peace, clearly seeing things as they actually are with an ever deepening compassion for ourselves, others and all beings.”

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“Just as a mother would protect her only child with her life, even so let one cultivate a boundless love towards all beings.”

~ The Buddha