This evening presents readings and reflections on The Arts of Contemplative Care – edited by Cheryl A. Giles and Willa B. Miller and recently released by Wisdom Publications – with contributing authors Daijaku Judith Kinst, Jennifer Block, Grace Schireson, and others. Read more
Julia Morgan (1872-1957) was born in San Francisco and spent many of her growing up years in Oakland. She was the first woman licensed, in 1904, to practice architecture in California. One of the hallmarks of her diverse architectural designs is stability, inspired by her experience of living in an earthquake prone region and of the San Francisco earthquake of 1906.
The San Francisco Zen Center is looking for a skilled Communications Coordinator to join its Program Department. The Communications Coordinator is responsible for implementing multiple aspects of communications and marketing to promote San Francisco Zen Center’s programs, events, and membership.
On Saturday, September 29 and Sunday, September 30, SF Zen Center’s Board Chair Mary Morgan convened Town Hall Meetings at City Center and Green Gulch Farm. Candidates Bruce Fortin, Fu Schroeder, and Dennis McNally attended. The fourth candidate, Helen Degenhardt, had a long-standing family commitment that prevented her from being present.