Kalyana mitta (KM) groups, shared interest groups, and neighborhood sitting groups provide the opportunity for SIMS members to develop sangha by practicing and socializing with other like-minded individuals.
KM groups form around a specific practice topic and are facilitated by practitioners with at least two years of experience.
Shared interest groups are a more informal way to practice or make friends while joining together in a social, educational, or recreational activity.
Neighborhood sitting groups are open-ended, drop-in groups that meet weekly, bi-weekly, or monthly and give individuals an opportunity to practice together in a smaller group with other SIMS members who live in their neighborhood.
For more information, please see the Kalyana Mitta Groups, Shared Interest Groups, and Neighborhood Sitting Groups pages under the Sangha tab and the scheduled meeting times for neighborhood sitting groups on the Calendar page.