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Welcome to the RGV Sangha Homepage! 

The Sangha of the Rio Grande Valley is composed of men and women inspired by the teachings of Buddhism and of Thich Nhat Hanh, a contemporary Vietnamese Zen Master, peace activist and writer. 

Our Mission

The mission of the Sangha Community is to nurture mindfulness, love, and understanding among those who participate in its activities and in the larger society.

Members come together to meditate, to deepen their understanding of the practice of mindfulness, to encourage and inspire each other through dharma discussions and mindful actions, to support each other through difficult times, and to celebrate the joys and wonders of life.

Sangha Community Profile

Recognizing that each person's peace and happiness are interwoven with the peace and happiness of others, the RGV Sangha Community offers activities that welcome the children, families, and companions of members. The community has plans to also organize retreats, lectures, and other public events and supports communities and causes in accord with the Community's mission; and works with groups that relieve suffering through compassionate actions.

Contact Information

For more details call, write or send an email message. We welcome all inquires!

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Sangha of the RGV
433 Saunders Circle, Laguna Vista, TX 78578
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