Unless otherwise noted, all classes meet on Wednesday evenings from 7:45pm – 9:00pm, with an optional meditation from 7:00pm – 7:30pm. Except for the Meditation Workshop all classes are online and use Zoom for the meetings.

Use the registration link in the class description to register and pay for classes. If you have questions about a specific class, contact info@rimecenter.org.

These classes are available to EVERYONE. We have “Suggested Fees,” however pay whatever you can afford for the class. Everyone is welcome! It is our hope that some will pay more to cover those who can’t afford the usual fee. We simply want everyone to have access to these wonderful classes.

Sutra Study Sunday – Gayāśīrṣa Hill

Rime Buddhist Center 2939 Wayne Ave, Kansas City, MO, United States

Join us as we explore the rich repository of Buddhist Sutras, both Pali Canon and Tibetan Kangyur every first Sunday of the month after the Sunday Service. Sūtra (Pali. sutta) means ‘something that was heard from someone else’ and usually … Continue reading

Preparing for the Refuge Vows

This class is for anyone who is contemplating on taking the refuge vows. Taking the refuge vows is generally considered to be the doorway to the learning and incorporating the Buddhist tenets into one’s life. The aim of this class … Continue reading

Sutra Study Sunday – Discourse on the Not-self Characteristic

Rime Buddhist Center 2939 Wayne Ave, Kansas City, MO, United States

Join us as we explore the rich repository of Buddhist Sutras, both Pali Canon and Tibetan Kangyur every first Sunday of the month after the Sunday Service. Sūtra (Pali. sutta) means ‘something that was heard from someone else’ and usually … Continue reading

Sutra Study Sunday – An Analysis of the Path

Rime Buddhist Center 2939 Wayne Ave, Kansas City, MO, United States

Join us as we explore the rich repository of Buddhist Sutras, both Pali Canon and Tibetan Kangyur every first Sunday of the month after the Sunday Service. Sūtra (Pali. sutta) means ‘something that was heard from someone else’ and usually … Continue reading