We offer a structured curriculum of courses and classes on Buddhist philosophy and practice, as well as secular meditation, for all levels of experience. Read More
Prayer Dedication Request
We offer a regular programme of prayers and ceremonies (pujas). Please get in touch with the Spiritual Programme Coordinator (SPC) if you would like to sponsor a puja or add a name to the dedication list.
Dying Well Group
Tibetan Buddhism offers a vast range of practices to help us understand death and bereavement. The Dying Well project recently received an award from the Faith and Belief Forum. Upcoming events [ link to the tag dying well]
Repaying the Kindness (Carer Support Group)
This award-winning secular project was established to nurture and support carers in ways that strengthen their sense of well-being and help to reduce stress through a range of activities. Upcoming events
As representatives faith communities, we support interfaith and intra-Buddhist activities being, and offer spiritual advice and teachings through various projects. Read More
We welcome students from primary and secondary schools, as well as colleges and universities, who would like to learn more about Buddhism as part of their religious studies. Read More
Explore the historic Old Courthouse which is now home to a Tibetan Buddhist Centre by joining a guided tour. Please get in touch with us to plan your visit
Join us for a convivial guided walk as a chance to meet members of our community, old and new alike. Get some fresh air and stretch your legs off of London’s beaten track. Upcoming events [ link to the tag Walks]
Library and Bookshop
Our library has a large collection of books on Tibetan Buddhism, from history and art to philosophy and practice, and is available to all.
Our community garden is the ideal oasis to relax or work. It was inaugurated by the Dalai Lama in 1999 and in 2010 it was awarded the title of “Best Sacred Space” in London.
Our rooms are an ideal space for any meeting that requires a naturally peaceful and quiet atmosphere, conducive to communication and harmony.
The holding cells of the former historic courthouse have become what must are arguably London’s quirkiest guest rooms.
This hidden gem of a cafe can be discovered nestled away from the hustle and bustle of Elephant and Castle.