The Coming Home Project is presenting a benefit event on November 11, 2011, at Freight & Salvage, 2020 Addison Rd, Berkeley, CA. For details, download a PDF flyer. Read more
From our archives: Shunryu Suzuki Roshi at Sokoji, the temple in San Francisco where he served as the head priest and where many of his American Zen students first met him. Read more
This program, located in the San Francisco Bay Area, has been assisting post-deployed veterans in making a positive transition from military to civilian life since 2007. The program is sponsoring an event for veterans including rock climbing or a bay walk in San Francisco on Sunday, October 9, 9am-5pm.
The SF Zen Center Board presents this year’s Slate of Candidates for three-year Board terms. Read more
In a September 22 article in the Huffington Post, Susan O’Connell, SF Zen Center’s Vice President, writes about difficulty and danger not as an obstacle to sitting meditation or practicing Buddhism, but as descriptive of what is required by the teachings of Buddhism.
Colleen Morton Busch, author of Fire Monks: Zen Mind Meets Wildfire at the Gates of Tassajara, will be at Tassajara for the Fall Practice Period. In two articles in the Huffington Post, Colleen writes about meditation and how it has become enfolded into her life. Read more
Nityanjali Symphony of Values
Fri, Oct 21, 7:30-9pm
City Center dining room, 300 Page St, SF Read more
Jakushu Gregory Wood offers the continuing weekly reading of the Avatamsaka Sutra every Tuesday morning in the City Center Art Lounge beginning at 7:45am.
From our 2008 photo archives, the umpan in the City Center courtyard. Photo by Renee Meiffren. Read more
Founded in 2000 by Beth Kanji Goldring, Brahmavihara/Cambodia AIDS Project is a small Buddhist chaplaincy program working with Cambodian AIDS patients in Phnom Penh who are too poor to access traditional resources. Read more