Theravāda Buddhism Web Directory

Ann Arbor
Michigan

We are a Buddhist dharma community in the Theravada tradition.  All are welcome.  We support beginners and advanced meditators.

Traverse City
Michigan

Traverse City Mindfulness Meditation Group, or sanga, includes people who practice a variety of forms of Buddhist meditation including Vipassana, Shambala and Zen. Some just sit, with no particular identification with a tradition. Many are beginners to the practice, trying it out to see if this is something they feel drawn to. Our intention is to provide a space, and a community, for all who wish to join us and learn together.

Chelsea
MI

Activities: Weekly Vipassana meditation sitting group Thursdays, bi-monthly day longs, beginning and continuing insight meditation classes, and weekend retreats serving Washtenaw and Jackson County.

Ann Arbor
MI

Activities: Friendly, open Sunday morning sitting group, vipassana classes for beginning and continuing meditators. Weekend retreats several times a year, vipassana instruction in the traditional Theravadan tradition. Serving Ann Arbor and Washtenaw County, Michigan, led by teacher Susan Weir.

Warren
MI

Objectives:
1. To maintain the Teachings of the Buddha.
2. To be the means in helping to spread the Teachings of the Buddha.
3. To be a tool in promoting Buddhist and Eastern Culture.
4. To make known the activities of Buddha Vihara to Buddhists in general.
5. To promote and spread activities of Buddhist and other religious organizations to public.
6. To be the means of promotion techniques and the ways to promote activities of Buddhist Monks in the US.

Ann Arbor
MI

Insight Meditation center offering regular classes and frequent retreats.

Southfield
MI

The Great Lakes Buddhist Vihara reflects the hopes, aspirations and energies of a tiny community of Buddhists primarily in the Michigan Great Lakes region and in southern Ontario.

Perry
MI

Dhammasala Forest Monastery has been established to encourage the teaching, practice and realization of the Dhamma (the Buddha's teaching) with special emphasis on classical, Theravada Buddhism. It arranges services for the benefit of the community, such as regular teachings on Buddhism, meditation instruction in twice weekly sessions, an English library and tapes, as well as traditional Buddhist cultural activities. All teaching and instruction is in English. There are no charges for attending Dhamma talks, for meditation instruction or sessions or any other services provided.