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Wet Mountain Sangha Zendo is at the Center
for Inner Peace, 740 W. 15th St., Pueblo, CO 81003.
Sangha is a part of the Open Source, a network
of Zen sanghas and practitioners in the Western
U.S. working with Joan Sutherland, Roshi
We have an extensive list of online resouces below. Please enjoy.
|Current Sangha News
Committee Minutes 09-02-13
Committee Minutes 06-22-13
Committee Minutes 10-05-12
Committee Minutes August 31, 2012
Committee Minutes November 4, 2011
CommitteeMinutes from August 26, 2011
Committee Minutes July 22, 2011
Committee Minutes April 1, 2011
Committee Minutes from February 4, 2011
Committee Minutes from December 2, 2010
Committee Minutes from October 1, 2010
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Sangha Meets at the Center for Inner Peace
Wet Mountain Sangha Zendo is
at The Center for Inner Peace, 740
W. 15th St., Pueblo, CO 81003.
From I25 in Pueblo, take the 13th St. Exit
(south of U.S. Hwy. 50, and north of 1st
and 6th Street exits). Go west on 13th Street
for eight (8) blocks. Turn right on Craig
Street. Go north on Craig two (2) blocks
to 15th and Craig. The Center is a picturesque
brick church on the southeast corner of
15th and Craig. Park in the parking lot
to the east of the church. There will probably
be a sign on the door saying "Buddhist
Meditation". The zendo is just inside
the front door.
to the Zendo at The Center for Inner Peace
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The Open Source, the Pacific Zen School, Diamond Sangha
is Joan Sutherland, Roshi's website is
a gateway to this tradition. Be sure, especially,
to look at the Talks & Essays, and Recommended
Mountain Sangha in Colorado Springs
is our sister sangha in the Open Source, with
Sarah Bender Sensei, resident teacher. The website
contains all the issues of their newsletter,
The Dharma Rag, as well as a good glossary and
many other resources.
Zen Institute Including essays by
John Tarrant Roshi and information about their
Diamond Sangha Programs, information
on teachers, and Zen basics. Information on
Robert Aitken Roshi, abbot emeritus, is at a
Manda Zen Center in Jemez Springs
NM, Kyozan Joshu Roshi, is a Rinzai Zen Center
in the international network of Rinzai-Ji Centers.
Zen and Buddhist Resources
Sanghas and Centers in the Southern Colorado Region
Mountain Zen Center in Crestone,
CO is the closest Zen Center to Pueblo. Richard
Baker Roshi is abbot of Dharma Sangha in the
Soto Zen tradition, with centers at Crestone
and Johanneshof, Germany. Crestone is also affiliated
with the Boulder Zen Center, which manages the
Briar Rose Bed & Breakfast in Boulder.
Mountain Insight is the Theravadin
Sangha in Colorado Springs, with Dr. Lucinda
Green, Beth Chorpenning, and Michele Sneath,
teachers. Their extensive website offers much
information about offerings, basic principles,
classes and sangha events.
Khyung Dzong Tibetan Retreat Center
in Gardner, CO is affiliated with Shambala International,
Sakyang Mipham Rinpoche, spiritual leader. Although
DKD is a solitary retreat center, directors
Bruce & Melissa Robinson have been friends
of WMS since our inception.
Mandala Retreat Center in Pagosa
Springs, CO offers retreats in Tibetan practice
with Tsultrim Allione, teacher.
Zen Center of Denver, Danan Henry
Roshi, is also affiliated with the Diamond Sangha/Harada-Yasutani
lineage. Their website has excellent pictures
and descriptions of the lineage, an excellent
reading list, and information about offerings.
Zen Center in Santa Fe, Joan Halifax
Roshi, sits in the Zen Peacemaker Order tradition,
drawing from Thich Nhat Nanh and Bernie Glassman
Roshi, with an emphasis on engaged Buddhism.
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|Sharing the Dharma Assets
Wet Mountain Sangha is entirely
dependent on contributions (dana) from members
and friends for the financial health of the community.
All contributions are devoted entirely to the
sangha's operating expenses, which include primarily
rent, supplies, and periodic capital investments
in durable equipment to support our shared meditation
and dharma study practice.
In 2013 we have made
a commitment to increase our support for the Center
for Inner Peace, along with enhancing our retreat
scholarship fund and working more closely with
our teachers. Our contributions are more important
than ever before!
All contributions are welcome
and may be sent to the sangha treasurer, Merrilee
Barnett at (719) 489-3843, 360 Estelle Ave., Rye,
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