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Prairie Mountain Zen Center welcomes people of all faiths and backgrounds. We seek to make Zen practice available to everyone regardless of race, ethnicity, gender identity, religion, political affiliation, economic class, sexual orientation, age, and ability.  We recognize that the practice of sitting quietly with yourself, surrounded and supported by others doing the same, can benefit everyone. In our practice, we value both our differences and what we share.

Sunday June 4

Practicing More Harmonious Speech/Communication


This Sunday, we will have a talk by Sangha member, Paula Scarborough, entitled "Practicing More Harmonious Speech/Communication."

Paula Scarborough has a background in holistic health and medicine.  She enjoys offering holistic elder care and well-being coaching.  She has many certifications in the healing arts including Ayurvedic medicine, yoga, herbal medicine and massage therapy.  She is a long time student of the Diamond Approach and for several years has practiced with Prairie Mountain Zen.  She is particularly interested in the intersection of health, psychology and spiritual practices and balancing caring for ourselves and others.

Zazen begins at 8:30am MT followed by the Dharma talk at 9:30am MT. 
Zoom link

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Tuesday Evening Fort Collins In-Person Practice

Tuesday Evenings sittings are at Plymouth Congregational Church in Fort Collins. This event is not online and all are welcome on a drop in basis.


The entrance is from the parking lot on the north side of the Church. Enter from Prospect Ave.​

6:15 - 8:00 pm MT - Plymouth Congregational Church, Fort Collins

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Thursday Evening Open Dharma Study

ISit zazen as a group for 30 minutes then discuss Zen with fellow practitioners. No preparation is required. This week, we will be discussing An Invitation to Buddha from The Light that Shines Through Infinity by Dainin Katagiri Roshi (2017).

6:30 - 8:00 pm MT     Zoom link

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