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Welcome to
The Wet Mountain Sangha!

A Zen Buddhist Community in Pueblo, Colorado

Find Directions to the Zendo Here

The Wet Mountain Sangha is a Zen Buddhist community dedicated to the path of awakening.

The 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.

All are welcome, and no prior experience is necessary. A brief orientation to meditation is available on Wednesdays at 5:40 p.m.

Wet Mountain Sangha: 719 214-6002

Contact David Cockrell, meditation instructor at 719 994-3278

or Doug Mesner, Steering Committee Chair,at 719 248-1542

for more information about sittings, precept classes, koan study, wayfarer
or the next Introduction to Meditation class.

The Wet Mountain Sangha 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.

News (Most recently updated 12-02-14)


Introduction to Buddhist Meditation

A two-session class meeting Sundays, Dec. 7 & 14, 3:00 4:30 pm at the Center for Inner Peace. The first session is basic instruction on meditation, the fundamental Buddhist practice.

RSVP's are requested for the class, and don't hesitate to contact David Cockrell at 719 994-3278 or if you have questions.

Awakening the Christ Within

A Christmas Eve Sitting and Candle Light Service, with Rev. Neema Caughran and the Center for Inner Peace. This joint service with CIP will begin at 5:00 pm, NOT our usual 6:00 PM starting time. The service will include one period of sitting and walking meditation, followed by a candle light Christmas Eve service with Christmas carols, readings and candle lighting. The service will end about 6:00 pm.

New Years Eve Peace Meditation and Service

On Wednesday, December 31, we will join with the Center for Inner Peace again to dedicate our usual Wednesday meditation service to World Peace, followed by a brief world peace service by Rev. Neema Caughran.

New Years Day Service, Potluck Lunch and All-Sangha Annual Meeting

On Thursday, January 1, we will hold a special New Years service with 108 rings of our large temple bell, meditation and chanting. information contact Doug Mesner 719-248-1542

For more information on the current Practice Period, Precepts Study Group, monthly Dharma Study, special events, and upcoming retreats, click on the Schedule page.

Face Book Page

We have a Facebook page. Stop by, visit and share your thoughts and feelings with other Sangha members.

Click on the Regular Events page for regular Saturday practice opprtunities, meditations, dharma study, and Introduction to Zen Meditation classes. If you're new to practice, there's a summary of our basic forms there as well. Practice leaders can also find the current leadership schedule there.