Welcome to Triratna NYC!

We’re a Buddhist sangha, or community, in New York City, with members from Manhattan, Brooklyn, Queens, the Bronx, Westchester, New Jersey, and all around the NY metro area. We’re a welcoming and diverse group of men and women, with different levels of experience meditating. We’re part of the global Triratna Buddhist Order, with sanghas and centers all over the world. If you’d like to get to know us, please explore our site, enroll in one of our introductory courses, check out our blog, or contact us with any questions you have. We’d love to see you.

Sangha Night

Meditation and Buddhism – Triratna Sangha Night

The Triratna NYC Buddhist Community welcomes anyone with an interest in exploring Buddhist practice to their Tuesday Sangha Night. We will hold a Sangha Night once a month – on a Tuesday. This will be the first Tuesday of each month. No previous meditation experience is required. We begin with a meditation, followed by a talk and discussion. The emphasis is on spiritual fellowship, meditation practice, and the practical application of Buddhist principles in our daily lives.

Practice groups meet on (other) Tuesday evenings of the month:
Open to all, as long as they have an understanding and experience of the Triratna system of practice, including our two basic meditations.

Triratna NYC is part of a larger Buddhist movement with groups and centers in 27 countries, all grounded in the commitment to authentically engage with the Buddha’s radical teachings in the conditions of our modern world. An ecumenical Buddhist movement that started over 50 years ago, Triratna is affiliated to no single particular school, drawing thoughtfully instead on the many streams of Buddhist tradition to share the teachings in a relevant and inspiring way. Known for is friendliness and balanced approach of study, meditation, community, and ritual, Triratna wholeheartedly welcomes people of all backgrounds and experience to its regular community gathering.



Please contact us if you’d like more information on any of our courses or programs, or if you have any questions about our community.