Prairie Mountain Zen Center offers the Buddhist practices of meditation, dharma discussion and sangha (mutual support). We provide meditation opportunities in Longmont and Fort Collins, Colorado. Prairie Mountain Zen Center is led by Reverend Jodo Cliff Clusin, a Soto Zen monk and Dharma Teacher. Cliff practiced with Dainin Katagiri Roshi at the Minnesota Zen Center from 1977 to 1989. He was ordained as a Buddhist monk by Shoken Winecoff Roshi, Abbot of Ryumonji Zen Monastery, in 1994 and recieved Dharma Transmission from him in 2010.

New to meditation? Beginners are welcome. Meditation instruction is offered, at the beginning of sessions or by appointment. See Schedules page for ongoing events. Contact Cliff at cliff@prairiemountain.org

News & Special Events:

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Meditation in Nature; this Sunday August 2nd at Heil Valley Ranch

Meditation Weekends:

September 12th & 13th,

November 14th & 15th,

December 27th & 31th,

Donations for activities are neither requested nor refused. Donations are tax exempt under section 501(c)(3). Prairie Mountain Zen Center received its public charity status on March 12, 2008.

In Gassho

Jodo Clusin, Head Monk

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Prairie Mountain Zen Center is a registered 501(c)3 non-profit organization. Each event at Prairie Mountain Zen Center offers an opportunity for a modest contribution which is used to cover the monthly lease, utilities, maintenance, supplies and advertising, and is tax deductable. As more activities to participate become available, we hope to be able to give our Head Monk and teacher a small monthly stipend to cover his expenses. Currently, in addition to donations from weekend meditation, donations are needed to cover these ongoing costs.
Thank you for your kind consideration.


Glenn Renner
President, Prairie Mountain Zen Center

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