Announcements             Peace in Every Moment
Meditation and Yoga, May 25
A daylong exploration of the fruits of these interconnected practices. More information here.

Stable Heart - Stable Climate
On June 27 two Theravada nuns lead a contemplation of a Buddhist response to climate change. More information here.

ASL Interpreters Wanted
Join our growing group of volunteers to support access to the Deaf community. More information here

Last Sunday of most months
Exceptions posted on our blog herePlease read more about our teacher here. 

Midweek Meditation
Details here.

Alameda Sangha is a place to practice and discuss mindfulness meditation and Buddhist teachings. We are led by three teachers of the Theravada tradition, Pauletta M. Chanco, Rebecca Dixon, and Deb Kerr. Find more about our teachers here..

We meet Sunday evenings from 7-9 * pm at the Buena Vista United Methodist Church, 2311 Buena Vista Ave. in Alameda, CA. Find directions or contact us here.

Visit our blog for practice guidance and past dharma talks.

Meeting Schedule


  •    3   Pauletta         Obstacles to a Life Fully Lived Part 2 
  •   10  Deb               What Does it Mean to Wake Up?
  •   17  Walt Opie       Establishing Equanimity & Mindfulness
  •   24  Rebecca*       What's Wanting in Our Lives
  •   31  Pauletta         Creativity and the Practice of Meditation


  •    7 Rebecca           The 4th Heavenly Messenger
  •   14 Deb                 Taking Practice Off the Cushion
  •   21 Pauletta           TBA
  •   28 Pauletta           TBA

We try to have ASL interpreters for as many of our meetings as possible. This symbol means that we have a confirmed interpreter for the evening. More about connecting with our Deaf community outreach group is here.

Please note that on nights when Rebecca teaches, the meeting will be held from 7:00 - 8:30 pm.

TBA - To Be Announced