United Lodge of Theosophists, London, UK

Events

Events and Activities

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Sundays
Tuesdays/Wednesdays
Correspondence Course (email or post)
Saturday Story Hour for children
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All meetings are at Robert Crosbie House, 62 Queen’s Gardens, London W2 3AH, except for the Tuesday classes which are online.

Paddington, Lancaster Gate and Bayswater are the nearest tube stations, directions here.

October to December 2019 programme

Theosophy Pure & Simple

Details of the new meetings are in the printable PDF leaflet

What’s in the programme

Online meetings on Tuesdays

The Tuesday Skype meetings run in parallel with the Wednesday study class and take the same programme. Just email info@theosophy-ult.org.uk to register, the meetings suit students who are not able to attend the Lodge.

The programme is below, all meetings are free and there is no need to become a member of the Lodge.

click for Tuesday & Wednesday details

However for those who would like to become an Associate the details are here.

Sunday talks and study

A new programme of talks and articles on theosophical ideas on finding truth, on man and our place in nature and how to live a satisfying, meaningful and valuable life. Also available to join via Skype.

click for Sunday details

All meetings start promptly so come a little early and introduce yourself, the doors open 30 minutes beforehand. There are books available for browsing and purchase before and after the meetings.

Seminar-workshops are held once a quarter on Saturdays from 3 to 6:15 pm, the details for the next one should be listed in the right-hand margin under “Upcoming Events.”

You can listen to some of past seminars and talks here and see a list of past seminars here and past Sunday and Wednesday handouts here.

All events are free and open to the public. The Lodge is at 62 Queen’s Gardens W2 3AH, close to Paddington, Bayswater and Lancaster Gate stations.

The Theosophical Correspondence Course is recommended for enquirers who wish to have a complete introduction or who cannot come in person.

The contact page has directions and a map, and you can email if there are any questions, or to receive the quarterly programme and enquire about the correspondence course.

See Guide to Online meetings

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