Sangha Night: Why I am a Mitra
An evening dedicated to exploring what it means to become a Mitra in the Triratna Buddhist community.
The word 'Mitra' translates as 'friend' and becoming a Mitra in our community signifies a deepening involvement as a Buddhist and within our tradition.
To help us explore this we will have personal talks from Gina, Adele and Stephen Wyard on why they became, or are about to become in Adele's case, mitras. There will also be the opportunity to ask Arthasiddhi and Viryajyoti, the CBC's Mitra Convenors, questions. The evening is open to everyone, and not just those who are interested in becoming a Mitra!
Sangha night begins at 7.15pm on Zoom. If you do not already have Zoom already, you can download it for free: https://zoom.us/.
The Zoom link will be sent to you automatically by email when you book below. Alternatively, send an email with 'Zoom links' in the subject field to: firstname.lastname@example.org and the link will be emailed to you automatically.
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Please be aware that none of the classes/events run by the Cambridge Buddhist Centre are aimed at under 18 year olds. All under 18 year olds must be accompanied by their parent or another responsible adult over the age of 18 (with their parent's permission). Please contact us in advance of attending at email@example.com so we can assess how suitable the event is for the young person and how we can safely enable them to engage in an online class.