The Wet Mountain Sangha!
A Zen Buddhist
Community in Pueblo, Colorado
Directions to the Zendo Here
Wet Mountain Sangha is a Zen Buddhist community
dedicated to the path of awakening.
group meets weekly on Wednesdays at
6:00 for meditation as well as on the second
and fourth Saturday mornings of each month.
There are no membership dues or sign-up sheets.
The sangha considers anyone to be a member who
wishes to be.
are welcome, and no prior experience is necessary.
A brief orientation to meditation is available
on Wednesdays at 5:40 p.m.
meditation instructor at 719 994-3278
Steering Committee Chair,at 719 248-1542
for more information about sittings, precept classes,
koan study, wayfarer
or the next Introduction to Meditation class.
Wet Mountain Sangha, located at 740
W 15th St., is a Zen Buddhist community
in Pueblo, Colorado. The sangha is part
of the Open Source Network, a network
of zen practice communities and individuals
in the western United States committed
to co-creation, life in this world,
and awakening together.
is another world, and it is inside this one.
recently updated 04-02-16)
Wet Mountain Sangha has a Resident Teacher!
Saturday, March 5 from 3:00 to 5:00 PM, the sangha formally
Andrew Palmer, Sensei as our first residential teacher
for the sangha. Welcome Andrew!
Radiance of the Dark – Joan Sutherland, Roshi
our founding teacher's DarmaWorks Project,here is
Joan's new film project.
Me: Waking Up to My Life
Rev. Jude LaFollette
program that teaches you to respond with mindfulness
to everyday life. Monday classes are from 1 to 3 pm
and evening classes are from 5:30 to 7:30 pm in the
healing arts room of the Dorcy Cancer Center at St.
Mary-Corwin Medical Center. The spring session is
happening now April 4 through May 23. Contact Jude
LaFollette for information about future offerings:
719-557-5205 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Study of the Heart Sutra!
sangha's dharma study group is beginning a series
on the Heart Sutra using Red Pine's translation and
commentary, as well as Kaz Tanahashi's work on the
sutra. Everyone is welcome. For more information,
see the schedule page.