South Sound Buddhist Peace Fellowship

we sit in silence, sing for justice, and stand for peace

Text Box: Sunday, January 20, 2013
12:00 noon, sharp
Capitol Lake, Olympia
Begins at Marathon Park. Please arrive early

In honor of The Reverend Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., the South Sound Buddhist Peace Fellowship
conducts the 6th annual silent peace
walk in the tradition of Thich Nhat Hanh.

Anyone wishing to walk in silent meditation in
support of peace and non-violence is invited to
attend. There will be no banners or signs, no
chanting or cheering. Simply people walking in
silence for peace, honoring the memory and
principles of Dr. King.

The walk around Capitol Lake begins at Marathon
Park promptly at NOON. Please plan to
arrive 15 minutes early to allow for instructions.
For information, contact Miles, 866-9316.

Our Goals:

Meet suffering directly and

with compassion
Work with Buddhists from all traditions
Connect individual and social transformation
Protect and extend human rights
Gender and racial equality, as well as the disruption of all forms of unjust discrimination
Economic justice and the end of poverty
Promote Peace

Robert at
(360) 357-2825

or email:
SSBPF [at] comcast [dot] net
or Miles at 360- 866-9316

To contact us:

"conquer the
angry man
by love
conquer the

man by goodness
conquer the miser
with generosity
conquer the liar
with truth"

- The Dhammapada

We are comprised of individual Buddhist practitioners and members from various Olympia area Buddhist Sanghas (such as Tibetan, Zen & Vipassana)


We meet

on the 4th Sunday

of the month at Nalanda’s 1620 4th Ave E location near Ralph’s. We start with a half hour of open silent meditation from 3:00-3:30,

then meet till 4:15 or so for those that want to stay on to strategize for current & long-term social engagement. Call or email to verify date and location.

We are a local chapter of the

Buddhist Peace Fellowship

Crop Walk Crew

Peace Walk 2010

Text Box: photo by Lenny Reed
Thinking Ahead!!

Join our Crop Walk team 4th Sunday in May 2013!

Our team raised $1830 in 2012