Jnanavaca, who has been the Chair of the London Buddhist Centre, has now been appointed our new President. As President he will act as a friend and teacher to the Sangha and a guide and support to the Centre Team and the Triumvirate (of Viryajyoti, Arthasiddhi and Vidyasakhi).
After graduating in physics from Wadham College, Oxford, Jnanavaca worked for Marks & Spencer in Information Technology. His growing interest and involvement in Buddhism led him to leave his management career of 10 years and start working for the London Buddhist Centre (LBC) in 1997... Read More
On 9th July, a large gathering celebrated Ratnaghosha to mark his stepping down as Centre Chairman. Our new President, Jnanavaca, was present, as were the 'Triumvirate' of Arthasiddhi, Vidyasakhi and Viryajyoti who are jointly taking on the mantle.
You can view photographs of this lovely occasion HERE.
We are very pleased to announce that we now have two new Order Members from the Cambridge Sangha.
Jan Osborne, who is currently on her three month ordination course, has been given the name Anantamati which means 'she who has a boundless or infinite mind or intelligence; she who has a sky-like mind' and John Turner, currently on his four month ordination course, has been given the name Sarvajit which means 'he who is all-conquering, all-surpassing'. Come to welcome them both back on 30 July - more... Read More