San Francisco Zen Center volunteers came together in the City Center kitchen on three Sundays this year to cook dinner for the San Francisco Interfaith Council’s Winter Shelter Program. Read more
In his new book, Don’t Be a Jerk, radical writer Brad Warner offers an update of Dogen’s Shobogenzo, “a very long, very old book.” He’ll be discussing Don’t Be a Jerk at City Center on April 8; in the meantime, he explains why he thinks Dogen was a punk-rock Buddhist.
Tassajara monks Lauren and Kogen Dito-Keith are delighted to announce the birth of baby Calliope. Born on Saturday, March 12, at 1:11am, and named after the muse of epic poetry, Calliope Gail Dito-Keith is 7.1 lbs and 19in long, and “perfect in every way”, according to her parents – indeed, she’s “a babe in the world in five aspects complete”, as Kogen’s teacher Eijun Linda Cutts commented. Read more
“The monastery needs/ the road”, writes Zen teacher and poet Jisan Tova Green, who spent many years at Tassajara, where the fourteen-mile entry road discourages all but the most determined of visitors. Read more
San Francisco Zen Center has a part-time opening for a Gifts Processing Coordinator. This position has significant responsibility in the areas of data and gift entry to ensure that all cash gifts, stock donations, and pledges are accurately recorded in the CRM database and reconciled with the Finance office. Read more
San Francisco Zen Center is looking for someone with Salesforce Database Management experience to oversee and manage day-to-day donor database activities for our Development Department. We consider our database one of our most valuable assets; it holds 50 years worth of SFZC donor relationships. Read more