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Join us for meditation and discussion online

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 April 2

The Eightfold Path: Right View

This Sunday, Rev. Jodo Cliff Clusin will present the next talk in our series on the Eightfold Path, regarding Right View.

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

Zoom link


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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Sailing Home: Spring 2023 Dharma Class


In this class, presented by Rev. Chikyo Ewan Magee, we will study Zen teacher Norman Fischer’s Sailing Home (2008) to investigate our experiences on the spiritual path. After studying specific texts central to Mahayana Buddhism, in this class we will pull back and examine metaphors and narratives central to Western Culture, specifically the theme of the transformative journey, or Odyssey, expressed in epic poem format by the ancient Greek poet Homer at the very root of Western tradition. 

he class runs from March 30 to May 4, Thursday evenings at 6:30MT. This is an online class.

detailed syllabus is available on our website. 


6:30 - 8:00 pm MT  Zoom link

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