At the Eno River Buddhist Community, we come together to practice meditation and to deepen our understanding of the Buddha’s teachings.
The group looks to the early discourses of the Buddha and to teachers who study them to help us explore and practice these teachings. The sources and teachers we draw on come primarily from the Theravāda Buddhist tradition and from the related movement called Vipassana or Insight Meditation. We offer one another support as we study and try out the Buddha’s teachings in our individual lives. While we do not always find the same answers, we find many benefits in learning from each other as we explore this unfolding process.
Leadership in the Eno River Buddhist Community is shared by participants with a commitment to the group and to practice. The group is sponsored by the Eno River Unitarian Universalist Fellowship (ERUUF). Donations to support the activities of our community and to contribute to the Fellowship are gratefully accepted. We invite you to join us for practice.
Please see our listing of regular events, special events, and our groups for information about opportunities to practice with us. For additional information about how we practice, see the Helpful Things to Know page. You’ll find a summary of key information from this website in PDF form here.
Please see the Leadership Information page if you would like to know more about how our group is structured, how we carry out planning and decision-making, or how you can become more involved.
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