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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.

Featured Events


Sangha Sharing

On Sunday May 9 we will have a sangha sharing period after meditation instead of a dharma talk.  Participants will be invited to reflect on the question, what is the growing edge of your practice?  All are welcome.

8:30 - 10:30 am MT.   Zoom link

Two 20-minute sittings with walking meditation between.

Sangha sharing at 9:30


"Sariputra and the Goddess -

from the Vimalakirti Sutra"

On Sunday May 16 our speaker will be PMZC guiding teacher Rev. Jodo Cliff Clusin.  He will share a teaching story from the Vimalakirti Sutra, one of the most influential sutras in Mahayana Buddhism.

8:30 - 10:30 am MT.   Zoom link

Two 20-minute sittings with walking meditation between.

Dharma talk at 9:30

Thursday Evening Practice

6:30 pm - 8:00 pm MT         Zoom link

6:30 pm - sitting

7:00 pm - walking and break

7:10 pm - talk and discussion


"Practicing in the Light of Death"

Six Thursdays starting June 3

6:30 - 8:00 pm MT

Zoom link

Offered by Reverend Chikyo Ryunin Ewan Magie

We will study and practice with Frank Ostaseski’s book The Five Invitations: Discovering What Death Can Teach Us About Living Fully (2017), and study the Satipattna Sutta or The Four Foundations of Mindfulness. 

Zazen begins at 6:30 and the class runs from 7-8pm. Each week there will be brief presentation followed by group sharing to keep classes interactive.

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