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Flor de Nopal Sangha

Address: 1401 S. Nebraska Avenue  San Juan TX 78589
Tradition: Non-Sectarian
Phone: (956) 467-0649
E-mail: rgvbuddhism@sbcglobal.net
Website: http://www.flordenopal.org
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Web Organizer: Erik Toren  Email  (Phone: (956) 467-0649)
Notes and Events:

We are Buddhists living in Hidalgo County {Rio Grande Valley region), Texas. Hidalgo County emcompasses the principal cities of Mission, McAllen, Edinburg, Pharr, San Juan, Alamo, Donna, Mercedes,Edcouch-Elsa, and Weslaco. Our practice at our meditation meeting is respectful of our different meditational traditions in Buddhism. It is a practice open to Buddhists and non-Buddhists alike and to use this space to reap the benefits from it. It is also a space to talk about our interests and experiences.


Florida Community of Mindfulness

Address: 6501 N. Nebraska Avenue   Tampa 33604
Tradition: Mahayana, Zen
Phone: 813.237.0746
Fax: 813.237.0746
E-mail: info@floridamindfulness.org
Website: http://www.floridamindfulness.ort
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Spiritual Director: Fred Eppsteiner  Email  (Phone: 813.237.0746)
Main Contact: Angie Parrish  Email  (Phone: 813.237.0747)
Teacher: Fred Eppsteiner  
Notes and Events:

The Florida Community of Mindfulness provides a "home" where people can come to learn and practice the art of meditation and mindful living. As a nurturing and supportive practice community in the Zen Buddhist tradition of Thich Nhat Hanh, FCM offers a variety of practice opportunities to support students in their aspiration to cultivate mindfulness and compassion and lead awakened lives. 

Our community was founded by our teacher, Fred Eppsteiner, who received Dharma Transmission (authorization to teach in an authentic lineage descended from the Buddha) from Thich Nhat Hanh after more than four decades of deep study and practice with Buddhist masters in multiple lineages.

FCMs activities include the teaching and practice of mindfulness, meditation and the Dharma (teachings of the Buddha) through weekly group meditation sessions (“sanghas”) and Dharma talks, classes on mind-body awareness and relaxation, monthly days of mindfulness, multi-day retreats; home-study intensives lasting three to six months, workshops offered by FCM’s Mindfulness Institute on the application of mindfulness principles to our everyday lives, and a variety of indoor and outdoor social events for the FCM community. In all of our gatherings and activities, we practice deep listening and loving, mindful speech. Information about all of our programs can be found on our website, www.floridamindfulness.org.


Florida Drikung Dzogchen Community

Address:   Tallahassee FL 32301
Tradition: Vajrayana, Drikung Kagyu linage of Tibetan Buddhism
Affiliation: Lho Ontul Rinpoche
Phone: 850-445-0387
E-mail: ddc.florida@gmail.com
Website: http://www.ddcflorida.com/
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Main Contact: Ron Erichson  Email  (Phone: 850-445-0387)
Teacher: Lho Ontul Rinpoche  
Spiritual Director: Lho Ontul Rinpoche  Email  
Notes and Events:

Lho Ontul Rinpoche founded the Florida Drikung Dzogchen Community in 2001 to support his transmission of a ten-year program of Drikung Dzogchen teachings.  We meet weekly and on special practice days, and host various teachers throughout the year.

The Florida Drikung Dzogchen Community no longer meets at the Tallahassee Buddhist Community. We now meet for regular meditation practice on Sunday in the lower level of United Church in Tallahassee (UCT). This practice is open to everyone. UCT is located at:

1834 Mahan Drive, Tallahassee FL


FLowering Lotus Meditation & Study Group

Tradition: Non-Sectarian
Affiliation: Flowering Lotus Meditation & Retreat Center
Phone: 504-905-4090
E-mail: evolved812@aol.com
Website: http://www.floweringlotusmeditation.org/index.html
Teacher: Dolores Watson  
Notes and Events:

The Flowering Lotus Meditation & Study Group meets every Wednesday from 7-8:30pm at The Healing Center located at 2327 St. Claude Avenue 4th floor in New Orleans, LA 70117.

We teach and practice vipassana (insight) meditation and study books from prominent Buddhist writers. All are welcomed who wish to learn/practice meditation (walking and sitting).  We also offer monthly retreats at our retreat center in Magnolia, MS, just 1-1/2 hours from New Orleans, Baton Rouge and Jackson, MS.  Donations appreciated.


Flowering Lotus Meditation and Retreat Center

Address: 204 South Clark Street  Magnolia MS 39652
Tradition: Non-Sectarian
Phone: 504-905-4090
E-mail: evolved812@aol.com
Website: http://www.floweringlotusmeditation.org/index.html
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Main Contact: Dolores Watson  
Spiritual Director: Bhante Buddharakkhita, Spiritual Advisor  
Notes and Events:

Flowering Lotus Meditation and Retreat Center was founded to provide an environment and a variety of opportunities for meditation, spiritual practice, and fellowship in order to nurture peace, healing, diversity, understanding and connection for individuals, their families and the greater society. Our practice follows the teachings of the historical Buddha including the insight that all beings have the potential for awakening. We welcome people of all backgrounds and spiritual paths to practice with us in the pursuit of peace and healing. Our teachers are recognized worldwide for their knowledge of Buddhist teachings and meditation techniques. Meditation, practiced on a regular basis, has been proven to be beneficial physically, psychologically and spiritually. We offer 3-10 day retreats. Retreats are donation-based. We welcome you to come participate in a retreat with us. We offer wholesome, delicious vegetarian meals. Flowering Lotus is available for rental by groups offering healing modalities.


Fort Worth Meditation Center

Address: 312 W. Leuda Street.   Ft. Worth TX 76104
Tradition: Theravada
Phone: 817-290-2117
E-mail: buddy@forworthmeditation.org
Website: http://www.FortWorthMeditation.org
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Main Contact: Buddy Fichera  Email  (Phone: 817-290-2117)
Notes and Events:

Fort Worth Meditations curriculum is inspired by Ajahn Geoff (Thanissaro Bhikkhu) and Ajahn Sumedho. Both are senior monks in the Thai Forest Tradition of Theravada Buddhism.

All the material at our center is offered freely with no strings attached. The best way to repay the teacher is to earnestly put the teachings into practice - to see for yourself, for your own benefit, and for the benefit of the world.


Friendship Sangha of the Heart- Unitarian Universalist Church of Ventura

Address: 5654 Ralston Street   Ventura CA 93003
Tradition: Mahayana, Thich Nhat Hanh
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Main Contact: Neal Ortenberg  Email  (Phone: 805-368-9835)
Notes and Events:

Evening Meditation Every Monday 7:00 - 8:45 pm

The Friendship Sangha of the Heart began practicing in 1997 and is inspired by the contemporaryand timeless teachings of Thich Nhat Hanh with emphasis on mindfulness practice.

Each evening includes sitting meditation, walking meditation, dharma readings, and dharma sharing with the following special activities each month.

  • First Monday of the Month: Recitation and meditation on the Five Mindfulness Trainings (FIve Precepts).
  • Second Monday of the Month: Introduction to Meditation at 6:30 before the 7pm meditation practice.
  • Fifth Monday of the Month (once each season): Silent vegitarian potluck meal at 6:00 before the 7pm meditation practice.


Full Moon Sangha

Address: 309 Wilton Road   Farmington 04938
Tradition: Mahayana
Affiliation: Thich Nhat Hanh
Phone: 2074911731
E-mail: fullmoonsangha@gmail.com
Website: http://www.fullmoonsangha.org
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Main Contact: Mary Rankin  Email  (Phone: 2074911731)
Notes and Events:

Meditation, walking meditation, readings, Dharma discussion.  

 Weekly meetings on Mondays from 6:30 to 8 pm.


Gainesville Kadampa Group

Address: The Sacred Earth Center 3131 NW 13th Street, #41   Gainesville FL 32609
Tradition: Vajrayana, New Kadampa Tradition
Affiliation: Parbawatiya Kadampa Buddhist Center
Phone: 727-797-9770
E-mail: info@meditationInTampaBay.org
Website: http://www.meditationingainesville.org
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Teacher: Kelsang Chokyan  
Spiritual Director: Ven Geshe Kelsang Gyatso  
Notes and Events:

Meditation classes in Gainesville teach basic meditation and the practice of Kadampa Buddhism. The purpose of these classes is to help people to gain personal experience of inner peace, to overcome their daily problems, and to find real happiness in their hearts.

Our Gainesville classes consist of guided meditations, a talk and discussion. The classes are suitable for everyone from beginners to experienced meditators. Each class is self contained, though you are welcome to attend the whole course. They provide an ideal introduction to meditation and Buddhism, teaching effective and practical methods for overcoming problems and increasing happiness in daily life.


Gainesville Karma Thegsum Choling

Address: 1204 NW 10 Ave.   Gainesville 32601
Tradition: Vajrayana, Lama David Bole, Resident Teacher Tibetan
Affiliation: Karma Kagyu Tibetan Buddhism
Phone: 352.335.1975
E-mail: tradac@bellsouth.net
Website: www.floridatbc.org
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Main Contact: Suzanne Kragiel  Email  (Phone: 352.378.0521)
Spiritual Director: Lama David Bole (Lodro Sangpo)  Email  (Phone: 352.335.1975)
Teacher: Lama David  
Notes and Events:

We meet every Sunday from 11 - 12:30 pm at Sanctuary Yoga Center. Introductory classes are offerred regularly for instruction in meditation, Buddhist Philosophy, and Vajrayana practice. All are welcome. No previous experience is required. There is no fee for classes, however, donations are gratefully accepted. Come join us.


Ganden Ling Buddhist Center

Address: 4813 North MacArthur Boulevard  Oklahoma City OK 73122
Tradition: Vajrayana, New Kadampa Tradition (NKT-IKBU) Tibetan
Affiliation: Manjushri Kadampa Meditation Center, Ulverston, England
Phone: 405-470-5543
Website: http://www.meditationinoklahoma.org
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Spiritual Director: Geshe Kelsang Gyatso  
Main Contact: Kelsang Namdrol  Email  (Phone: 405-470-5543)
Teacher: Kelsang Namdrol  
Notes and Events:

Ganden Ling Buddhist Center is an American Buddhist Meditation Center in Oklahoma City. The Center provides meditation classes and teachings in Oklahoma. Taught by Americans, the meditation classes are very easy to understand and apply in our daily lives. The classes are suitable for both beginners and more advanced meditation practitioners. Do not hesitate to check out a meditation class and see for yourself!


Gateless Gate Zen Center

Address: 1208 NW Fourth Street  Gainesville FL 32601
Tradition: Mahayana, Korean Chogye Zen
Affiliation: Kwan Um School of Zen
Phone: (352) 336-1517
E-mail: meditation@gatlessgate.org
Website: http://www.gatelessgate.org/
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Head Dharma Teacher: Janet Griswold  
Teacher: KC Walpole, Bodhisattva Teacher  
Notes and Events:

Meditation, chanting, and zazen each evening.

Beginners meditation instruction and dharma talk Monday evenings at 6:30.

Prison outreach and retreats on regular basis with Florida Department of Corrections inmates.

Residency program available.


Gay Buddhist Fellowship

Address:   San Francisco CA 94114
Tradition: Non-Sectarian
E-mail: inquiry@gaybuddhist.org
Website: http://www.gaybuddhist.org
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Notes and Events:

An Inclusive and Caring Community

The Gay Buddhist Fellowship supports Buddhist practice in the Gay community. It is a forum that brings together the diverse Buddhist traditions to address the spiritual concerns of Gay men in the San Francisco Bay Area, the United States, and the world. GBF’s mission includes cultivating a social environment that is inclusive and caring.

Meetings

Every Sunday at 10:30am we meditate together for 30 minutes, followed by a talk or discussion till 12 noon. Everyone is then welcome to stay and socialize over refreshments till approximately 12:30, after which those who are interested usually go somewhere local for lunch.

Please visit our website for an archive of over 300 recorded talks. 

Our sittings are held at the San Francisco Buddhist Center, 37 Bartlett Street (between Mission and Valencia Streets) Look for the red door near 21st St.
MUNI: 14/Mission or 49/Van Ness-Mission. Alight at 21st St, walk 1/2 block
BART: 24th and Mission, walk 3.5 blocks
PARKING: on street (meters free on Sundays) or in adjacent New Mission Bartlett Garage.
The Center is handicapped accessible.

Mail correspondence:
GBF
2215-R Market St. #456
San Francisco, CA 94114


Gay Mens Buddhist Sangha

Address: 57 Hartford Street   San Francisco CA 94114
Tradition: Non-Sectarian
E-mail: gmbsmail@yahoo.com
Website: http://www.gaysangha.org
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Contact: Albert Kaba  
Notes and Events:

Meets every Sunday from 3 to 5 pm in the zendo of the Hartford Street Zen Center
2215-R Market St. #162 San Francisco CA 94114


Georgia Meditation Circle

Address: 4522 Tilly Mill Road   Atlanta GA 30060
Tradition: Theravada, Dhammakaya Foundation
Affiliation: Atlanta Meditation Center
Phone: 678-887-3828
E-mail: missbee@gmail.com
Website: http://members.tripod.com/dimc_at/main.html
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Meditation Coach: Nat Intakanok  Email  (Phone: 404-259-5739)
Teacher: Venerable Bendit  
Main Contact: Bee Intakanok  Email  (Phone: 678-887-3828)
Meditation Assistant: Daniel Prete  Email  (Phone: 770-864-0868)
Spiritual Director: Venerable Nah  Email  (Phone: 770-452-1111)
Notes and Events:

The Georgia Meditation Circle an affiliate of the Atlanta Meditation Center Dhammakaya foundation promotes meditation and spiritual awareness. It is said that all happiness, ordinary and sublime, is achieved by understanding and transforming our own mind. The mind is not a physical thing that has thoughts and feelings; it is the totality of our conscious and unconscious experiences. 

The mind can be compared to an ocean, and momentary mental events such as happiness, irritation, fantasies, and boredom to the waves that rise and fall on its surface. Just as the waves can subside to reveal the stillness of the oceans depths, so too is it possible to calm the turbulence of our mind to reveal its natural clarity. The ability to do this lies within the mind itself and the key to the mind is meditation.

"Unlocking the door of ancient wisdom for modern times".

Our meditation sessions are conducted by Buddhist monks who have ordained for 10 or more years.

They are eager to teach western people their technique and wisdom on meditation methods, benefits and knowledge gained from meditation, and our true purpose.

Every session will be inspiring and will help encourage one to meditate.

Though many of us are aware that meditation can help with stress, there is still so much more to learn from benefits of meditating.

We constantly need to be reminded and encouraged to meditate otherwise it is very easy to forget and realize how meditating can be beneficial to our overall well being.

Every Wednesday Evening:

7:00-7:10pm Stretching 

7:10-7:20pm Orientation Intro 

7:20-8:00pm Guided Meditation 

8:00-8:10pm Q&A 

8:10-8:30pm Buddhist Philosophy Discussion

Location:

4522 Tilly Mill

Atlanta, Ga 30360


Glass City Dharma

Address: La Galeria 1224 - 1226 Broadway   Toledo OH OH
Tradition: Theravada
Phone: (408) 717-3350
E-mail: stephanie_tate7@yahoo.com
Website: https://www.facebook.com/InsightToledo
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Teacher: Stephanie Tate  
Notes and Events:

Glass City Dharma is a weekly Vipassana Meditation Group based in Toledo, OH.  Weekly meditation and Dharma discussion is every Thursday evening from 7 - 8:30 p.m. EST.

Additional day longs and retreats are scheduled periodically.


Glen Ard Abbey

Address: 888 Saxtons River Road   Saxtons River VT 05154
Tradition: Mahayana, Celtic Buddhism
Affiliation: Celtic Buddhist Lineage
Phone: 802-8694496
E-mail: sistergriffin@glenardabbey.com
Website: http://glenardabbey.com
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Main Contact: Sr Griffin  Email  
Dana offerring: A teacher or Senior monk will answer questions on practice  Email  
Teacher: Ven Seonaidh Perks  
Notes and Events:

MAil to PO Box 622 Saxtons River VT  05154 
AnaDaire Celtic Buddhist Center and Glen Ard Abbey offer daily morning and evening mediation Monday-Saturday. On Sundays, meditation, liturgy and a dharma talk are given at AnaDaire. Beginning instruction in meditation is always offered.
Glen Ard Abbey offers full time residential Celtic Buddhist training for monastics as well as residential training for lay people interested in coming in for a period of time to explore and strengthen their practice. We also have a cybermonk page for people to ask questions pertaining to their practice.
AnaDaire Celtic Buddhist Center offers various retreats on the Celtic Buddhist Arts, environmental living,  family wilderness retreats, and more. AnaDaire also offers various training practices for mendicants, home dwellers, and anyone interested in exploring this world within the context of the Dharma.
AnaDaire and The Celtic Buddhist Lineage also has affiliates in Ireland.
For more information on Celtic Buddhism or on any of our programs, please contact us at:celticbuddhism@gmail.com or at sistergriffin@glenardabbey.com


Grafton Peace Pagoda

Address: 87 Crandall Road  Petersburgh NY 12138
Tradition: Mahayana
Affiliation: Nipponzan-Myōhōji
Phone: +1 (518) 658-9301. (Please call between 7:00 and 9:00pm)
Website: http://www.geocities.com/dharmadoors/grafton_peace_pagoda.html
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Spiritual Director: Jun Yasuda  
Notes and Events:

All are welcome to attend morning and evening meditation/chanting sessions held at the recently completed Japanese style temple on the Pagoda grounds.

Spring & Summer Schedule:

  • 5:00 AM - 6:30 AM
  • 6:00 PM - 7:00 PM
(During the winter, the morning session begins one hour earlier and the evening session begins one hour later.)


Grand Rapids Buddhist Temple

Address: 156 E Fulton   Grand Rapids MI
Tradition: Mahayana
Affiliation: Taego Order
Phone: 616-822-2465
E-mail: deokwun@grzen.org
Website: http://www.grzen.org
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Main Contact: Deok Wun Sunim  Email  (Phone: 616-822-2465)
Teacher: Deok Wun Sunim  
Spiritual Director: Deok Wun Sunim  Email  (Phone: 616-822-2465)
Notes and Events:

Sunday 10:00am Sunday Service Monday  6:30pm Buddhist-based Addiction Recovery Tuesday & Thursday (45 min) 12:00pm Chanting & meditation 5:30pm Chanting & meditation, except Thursday, which is a public teaching and discussion 3rd Saturday, (Jan – April) 8:00am  Morning of Mindfulness Full Moon Each Month 5:30pm Mantra Chanting Meditation.


Great Mountain Zen Center

Address: 1110 Sparta Drive  Lafayette CO 80026
Tradition: Mahayana, White Plum Asangha, Zen Peacemakers
Affiliation: Zen
Phone: 720-890-1800
E-mail: gmzc@gmzc.org
Website: http://www.gmzc.org
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Main Contact: Gerry Shishin Wick  Email  
Teacher: Ilia Shinko Perez  
Spiritual Director: Gerry Shishin Wick  
Notes and Events:

Traditional Zen practice daily, with weekend or weeklong retreats every month. In addition, Great Heart practice extends traditional Zen to bring non-judgemental awareness to resolve shadow images, fixed beliefs and negative karma. All sincere seekers are welcome to join.


Great River Zendo

Address: 156 Sabino Road   West Bath ME 04530
Tradition: Mahayana, Shunryu Suzuki Soto Zen lineage
Affiliation: San Francisco Zen Center
Phone: (207) 443-4745
E-mail: info@greatriverzendo.org
Website: http://www.greatriverzendo.org
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Spiritual Director: Zenshin Tim Buckley  Email  (Phone: (207) 443-4745)
Teacher: Yozen Peter Schneider  
Guest Teacher: Kotatsu John Bailes  Email  
Main Contact: Zenshin  
Notes and Events:

Daily zazen and services, Saturday (West Bath) and Thursday (Portland) talks.


Great Wave Zen Sangha

Address: 608 E. Ludington Avenue   Ludington MI 49431
Tradition: Mahayana, Soto Zen, White Plum line
Phone: 231-843-7116
E-mail: contact@greatwave.org
Website: http://www.greatwave.org
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Main Contact: http://greatwave.org/contact  Email  (Phone: 231-843-7116)
Spiritual Director: John Gendo Wolff, Sensei  
Notes and Events:

Located near the shore of Lake Michigan in the city of Ludington, Great Wave is a small Sangha affiliated with the White Plum Asanga, established by Taizan Maezumi Roshi

Orientations to the zendo generally take place 6:00 – 7:20 PM on the last Sunday of each month.  Regular Meditation meetings take place each Thursday and Sunday evening, 7:30-8:30 PM.  Occasional Dharma talks are also offered by resident teacher Gendo Sensei.  Gendo Sensei is also available for speaking engagements and to perform marriages, funerals, and blessings.  Please use the contact form on our website for further information or to make inquiries.

Retreat and other event information is provided on the website at http://greatwave.org.


Great Wisdom Meditation Center

Address: 4303 Division Street  Wayland MI 49348
Tradition: Mahayana, Resident Head Monk: Thai Tue, student of Tich Thanh Tu; Vietnamese Zen
Phone: 616-877-4075
E-mail: info@greatwisdommeditationcenter.org
Website: http://www.Greatwisdommeditationcenter.org
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Spiritual Director: Ven. Thai Tue  
Notes and Events:

Using a unique blend of Vipassana and Zen teachings, Thai Tue helps students understand the true nature of our lives and our suffering.

Teachings in Vietnamese are 11am-1pm Sundays

Teachings in English are 7pm-9pm Sundays.


Green Island Sangha/Community of Mindfulness Long Island

Address: of the Community of Mindfulness/New York Metro 28 Brentwood Road, Bayshore NY 11706   NY
Tradition: Mahayana, The Community of Mindfulness/NY Metro [CMNY]
E-mail: grnislandsangha@aol.com
Website: http://greenislandsangha.blogspot.com/
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Contact: Karen or Jeanne  Email  
Spiritual Director: Zen Buddhist Master Thich Nhat Hanh  
Notes and Events:

The Green Island Sangha is inspired by the teachings and practice of Vietnamese Zen Buddhist Master Thich Nhat Hanh; we belong to the international Sangha which he founded: the Order of Interbeing, a "fourfold community" of lay women and men, nuns and monks. We are a grassroots Sangha, beginners and more experienced practitioners learning from and supporting one other on the path of awakening. We are also a part of The Community of Mindfulness New York Metro.

Our aspiration is to bring mindfulness, concentration, and insight to daily living. During our sessions, we apply the practice of conscious breathing to sitting and walking, as well as communicating with compassionate listening and loving speech. Our gatherings also reflect the values of openness. For example, many members continue to participate within other religious or ethical traditions. We are a Sangha of practitioners from the entire length and breath of Long Island and consider ourselves to be part of a world wide Sangha. Beginners are welcome.


Green Mountain Zen Center

Address: 5014 Sunset Bluff Drive, Huntsville, AL 35803-1941   Huntsville AL 35803-1941
Tradition: Mahayana
Affiliation: Zen Master Bomun, Single Flower Sangha
Phone: (256) 426-3344
E-mail: kawajimg@gmail.com
Website: http://www.gmzc.us/
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Teacher: Bodhin Gary Beard  Email  (Phone: 256 655-9017)
Main Contact: Jim Gordon  Email  (Phone: 256 426-3344)
Teacher: Shogen Jim Gordon  
Spiritual Director: Bomun George Bowman  
Notes and Events:

A Zen group meeting twice weekly, and practicing an ecumenical form of Zen, affiliated with Zen Master Bomun George Bowman and his Single Flower Sangha.  We hold four weekend Sesshin (Zen meditation retreats) per year, with two led by Zen Master Bomun.

Web site:  www.gmzc.us


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