(September 18th ONLY)
Buddha Path Practice
2:00 to 3:00pm on Zoom
Our Sunday Group Practice has returned! On Sundays, we focus on a selected practice from our root text, The Buddha Path and the Concise Buddha Path on the Buddha Path app.
5:00 to 6:00pm on Zoom
Bodhi Lama Carrie Ure teaches this program for students who have a working understanding of the basic Buddhist principles – Present Moment Thinking, Time, Reincarnation, Karma, and Buddha Nature. These weekly teachings dive deeper into Buddhist principles and advanced topics. Requires permission to enter.
The Fundamentals of Buddhism
7:30 to 8:45pm on Zoom
Learn Buddhist Fundamentals in an easy-to-understand format. Sangha Mitra Rodney Yoder is an experienced and compassionate teacher. No prior experience is required. Everyone is invited.
Buddhism For Everyone
3:30 to 4:30pm on Zoom
Join Dharma Acharya Tim Ros for a teaching on topics such as introductory Buddhist principles and The Four Noble Truths of the Enlightened.
All PDC Dharma Activities Online
Our in-person meetings are paused for the duration of the pandemic. We are still teaching every week on Zoom! See below for our schedule.
The Portland Dharma Center regularly monitors updates by the CDC and the OHA regarding best practices for personal and public health during the pandemic. As Oregon begins to reopen, we will revisit our online-only teaching schedule and reopen accordingly.
We are currently developing a plan for reopening and how to teach in person at the Portland Dharma Center in SW Portland. Keep checking this site and following our monthly newsletter for updates on our reopening.
We have gathered together all of our important links and resources online in one place at linktree. Just click on the link and you will see a treasury of buttons. Click a button and you will go right to the link. May all beings benefit!
Dzogchen Shri Singha of Portland is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit that operates solely through the generosity and support of Sangha and generous sponsors. Dharma teachings are always free, but a suggested $5 donation for our weekly teachings supports the maintenance and activities of our Dharma Center. No one will be turned away for lack of funds.