Welcome to the Tibetan Meditation Center

Traditional Buddhism for contemporary living

We are dedicated to providing a place of refuge, tranquility, 

and the philosophical teachings and practice of Tibetan Buddhism.

Our center is under the spiritual direction of

Khenpo Tsultrim Tenzin Rinpoché.

Weekly Events

Evening Meditation with Lama Rigzin

Every Tuesday – 7PM

In-person or by Zoom

Vajrasattva Practice

Every Thur, 6:30p 

In-person or by Zoom

Naga Puja

Saturday, June 15th 9AM 

In-person or by Zoom

Chenrezig Empowerment, Transmission, Teaching 

 Sunday, June 16th at 9AM

In-person or by Zoom

News and Reminders!

New Text Available:

Gong Chig: The Essence of the Profound View of the Dagpo Kagyu, a Wish-fulfilling Vase.

Khenpo Tsultrim Tenzin

To receive a copy please email your request to:


Please provide your shipping address in your email.  Text is provided free of charge but we do ask that you pay for shipping . We will email you the shipping amount which you can then pay HERE.

Amitabha Practice and Liberation Puja

Sat and Sun, July 27 & 28, 10A

Special Guest Lama Dawa Dhond

Videos of  Fundamentals of Tibetan Buddhism

By Khenpo Tsultrim Tenzin Rinpoche

Series Available HERE

TMC Memorial Wall

TMC was blessed by the recent visit of H.E. Chenga Rinpoche who performed a consecration of the Amitabha buddha statue which is central to our beautiful Memorial Wall.  The Memorial Wall is a wonderful a way to keep our loved ones alive in our hearts and minds after they pass on. Located near our Stupa, it includes 108 niches, each of which is covered by a copper plaque.  Please go to the Participate section for details on making use of the Memorial Wall.

Video Library – Khenpo Tsultrim Tenzin Rinpoche Teachings

The TMC has several YouTube channels that house videos of teachings and practices led by Khenpo Rinpoché:

  • Fully edited videos can be found here 
  • Unedited videos can be found here
  • Older videos can be found here


The Tibetan Meditation Center continues the 2600-year-old Buddhist tradition of providing the teachings freely to all who aVAJnterested. We have no paid staff and the center is run entirely by volunteers. All financial support comes from the generosity of people who value what we do. Donations support all expenses, including programs, visiting teachers, publications, and the website.

There are Donation Boxes for the accumulation and support of the Tibetan Meditation Center. They are located outside in the outdoor Shrine and Amitabha Stupa for you to use as your outdoor practice. This is available for you so that you may visit the Tibetan Meditation Center and support its altruistic aspirations.

All donations are tax-deductable as Tibetan Meditation Center is an official 501(c)3 Non-Profit Organization.