About the group

The Cambridge Serene Reflection Meditation Group came together in 1993. We are a Buddhist Group in the Zen tradition. People who meet and support each other in practice.

We are affiliated to the Order of Buddhist Contemplatives.

The Order of Buddhist Contemplatives [OBC] follows the practice of the Serene Reflection Meditation tradition, known as Ts'ao-Tung Ch'an in China and Sōtō Zen in Japan. It was established in 1978 by Rev. Master Jiyu-Kennett as the international umbrella organization for monasteries, priories [local temples], and meditation groups.

The largest centre in Britain is Throssel Hole Buddhist Abbey in Northumberland. The monastic community [men and women] offers retreats and other events for anyone who wishes to learn about meditation and its relevance in daily living.

There are a number of Priories and meditation groups in this country [a list can be found here]. The closest Priory is in Norwich, established in 2013.