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
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SUN MORNING: 8:30-9:30am & 10am-12pm
MON-FRI MORNING: 6:30-7:30am
MON & WED EVENING: 7-8:30pm
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An overview of upcoming events

All Services to be Held on Zoom Until Further Notice

To accommodate COVID-19 we are using Zoom for all service unless otherwise noted.  To attend please go to and use password 108108. See times for our upcoming services. Follow along in our chant book.  First time? Find out what to expect here. All are welcome!

Winter Day Sit: Threes & Threes

January 23 | 6:30am – 5:15pm

Please join us for a day of quiet as Koshin Cain and Genko Kathy Blackman discuss Threes and Threes. Exploring a koan’s haunting image provides much nourishment for our practice.

Jeff Kelley – Past and Future Cut Off

January 24 | 10:00am – 12:00pm
a lake with Mount Hood in the background and evergreen trees on the left.

A reflection on Dogen Zenji’s teaching on the present moment.

Enlivenment 2: “So Long, 2020”

January 29 | 7:00pm

Enlivenment is a relaxed and entertaining community event organized by the programs committee. We’ll have some fun connecting with Sangha members, and showcase our creative side.

Ann Cutcher – The Journey to Enso House

January 31 | 10:00am – 12:00pm
The front of Enso House.

Dr. Ann Cutcher is the director of Enso House, a hospice house associated with the Tahoma One Drop Monastery on Whidbey Island.

An Evening with Charles Johnson, PhD

February 24 | 7:00pm – 8:30pm

Please join us for a short sit followed by a conversation between Koshin and Prof. Johnson.

Intensive Practice Period

March 14 – April 18 |  
stone path with green bamboo railings and forest

The Intensive Practice Program is time set aside each year when practitioners can make personal and collective commitments to intensify their practice.