PSZC

Join us for one of our services at the Zendo: 15401 Westside Highway, Vashon. Feel free to come 10 minutes early for instruction, or just jump right in.

  • Sunday Service: 10:00am-12pm
    Early Sunday Sit: 8:30-9:30am
  • Monday & Friday: 6:30-7:30am
  • Monday Evening: 7:00-8:45pm
  • Wednesday Evening: 7:00-8:30pm
  • Saturday: 8:00-9:30am at the Land
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Talks

How do we make the three refuges (the Buddha, the dharma and the sangha) a part of our life? Genko Kathy Blackman speaks at the Zen Center,...

The Zen and humanist traditions share a few fundamental tenets:  The central importance of human well-being; a belief in individual authority; a distrust of superstition....

Buddhism has a tradition of sange, or confession and repentance.  Where does that fit into the Zen tradition?   ...

The new year invites us to consider the coming and going of things. Dogen called the issue of birth and death (shoji) the "great matter." Tetsuzen Wirth will  explore living...

On New Year’s Day Master Ikkyu went door to door with a human skull on a pike:  “Happy New Year!” His message is more sanguine than you...

This may seem to be a contradiction in terms, but self-compassion is essential to true awakening. Genko Kathy Blackman speaks at the Zen Center, December 9,...

Hakuin Zenji’s Poem “Song of Zazen” starts by assuring us that beings are Buddhas as surely as ice is water. Grasping this tenet is key...

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