The Eno River Buddhist Community (ERBC) depends upon the energy, effort and good will of its members to carry out its activities and to further its mission. Leadership in ERBC is shared by participants with a commitment to the group, who have developed basic elements of the Buddhist path, and who are interested in cultivating leadership as a form of practice. Decision making and planning is carried out in monthly meetings that are open to all who wish to attend.
ERBC has three principal leadership groups: Practice Leaders, the Program Committee, and the Guiding Committee.
The following documents describe the structures and processes that support the life of our community:
We hope that knowing more of the particulars about how ERBC works will encourage those who are interested in serving in a leadership role to investigate that possibility, and that it will give all who participate in ERBC a fuller sense of our community.
Please feel free to contact members of the Guiding Committee with any questions or comments on this information. You may also find it helpful to read the post from the Guiding Committee about the leadership documents.