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Regular schedule

Morning sits
Monday and Friday 6:30-7:30am, Sunday 8:30-9:30am

(*In October, no Mon/Fri sits Oct 3, 7, 10, and 14)

Wednesday night meditation and discussion
7-8:30pm

*Wed Oct 5 service held at Hanna Barn (7122 Point Robinson Rd)

*No Wed Oct 12 service due to retreat

Sunday services with dharma talk
10-11:45am

*Sunday service Oct 9 at the Hanna Barn (7122 Point Robinson Rd)

*No Sunday service Oct 16 due to retreat.

Zendo
Services are held at the Havurah Building, 15401 Westside Highway, unless otherwise designated.

Directions to Hanna Barn (Oct 5 and 9 services):
7122 Point Robinson Road

Please park on the left side of the driveway (there’s an open field) and walk to the barn (about 50 yards). For those who need closer access, there is also parking right next to the barn.

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Fall Sesshin at Camp Sealth, October 11-16

"The Roots of Zen" dharma study class, Monday nights Oct 24-Nov 28

Upcoming 10am Sunday dharma talks

10/2 at Havurah: David Steel on "Meditation and the Brain"

David Steel has been a Puget Sound Zen Center sangha member for 10 years. He has studied Korean "Kwan Um" zen with Seungsahn, Rinzai Zen with Sasaki Roshi and Koshin Cain. He is a retired ad man, caregiver and sea kayak outfitter.

Children’s Program Sunday; no potluck; Havurah pack-up following service

10/9 at the Hanna Barn (7122 Point Robinson Rd): Berneta Walraven on "Death Lessons"

Berneta has been a Zen Center member for almost 2 years. Given the month’s theme of impermanence, she will speak on 3 influential deaths in her life and the lessons each provided.

10/16: **NO SERVICES due to retreat at Camp Sealth**

10/23: Koshin at the Havurah on "Moving with Change"

10/30: Koshin at the Havurah on "Death our Companion"

After regular meditation, we'll light candles to remember and honor death as a vital part of life. If you wish, bring for the altar a photo, memento, story or poem about a loved one who has died.

Check out our programming calendar for a full list of upcoming dharma talks and more.

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