Sunday Children and Families Meditation

Sunday Children and Families Meditation

A time for families to participate in mindfulness activities and the Shambhlala teachings together in a safe, fun and caring environment for children. Or parents can attend Sunday Morning Sit and Open House while your children participate in guided activities.

Leslie Gossett, Director of Family and Children’s Programming for Northern County Shambhala, will be leading this program. She is magical with children!

Volunteers are needed and welcomed to join in these playful activities.

This will occur in conjunction with the Sunday Morning Sit. The Sunday Morning Sit includes meditation followed by a group discussion. Meditation instruction is available each Sunday and new visitors are welcome.


  • Generally twice per month during the school year. Please check our Monthly Calendar to confirm dates.
  • Families with children of all ages are welcome.
  • Caregivers with children who are 3 years of age and older are welcome to participate in the Sunday Morning Sit while their child attends activities. An adult who is responsible for each child must be present in the Center during the Sunday programming.
  • Caregivers with children 2 years and younger should plan to stay with their child throughout the morning. All caregivers are welcome to attend with their child; our goal is to have activities that are fun and engaging for the whole family.

Wendy Anderson at anderson [dot] wg [at] gmail [dot] com.

If you are interested to learn more about the Family Council or the Sunday programming, have suggestions, want to make a donation to support child and family programming, wish to join the council, or are interested in volunteering to help Leslie on Sundays, we would love to hear from you.

The Program Price is $20 each Sunday per family for the first child, plus $10 for each additional child attending from the same family. All children and families are welcome to attend whether or not they are able to make this contribution. We welcome donations that can support this and further the Children and Families programming.