We are pleased to announce that beginning Sunday, June 13th, we will be resuming live in-person Sunday talks at 9:00 am Mountain Time in our zendo. At the same time we will continue our zoom meetings, using the same zoom link below, via a hybrid setup which should allow in-person and remote participants to participate ‘live.’
As always, all are welcome. In-person participants must be fully vaccinated. Please enter the zendo, or the zoom meeting, ten minutes before the starting time.
Note: The meeting on July 18th will be both in-person in our zendo and on zoom.
This Link for joining the Zoom Meeting is good indefinitely, or until noted otherwise:
Meeting ID: 801 699 9475
Please note: First time Zoom visitors are asked to turn on their cameras when entering the zoom meeting. If you don’t have a camera, you will be requested to briefly turn on your microphone and identify yourself when called on.
Scheduled times for sitting meditation in the zendo will be announced at a later date.
Suggested donation: There is no charge for attendance and participation in our regular public meditation and Sunday morning meetings. Dana donations are welcome and gratefully received.
Donations may be made via a PayPal account to firstname.lastname@example.org; or via the Zelle online payment service available at most banks, to email@example.com. To find if your bank offers Zelle, click here; or download the Zelle app here.
Please feel free to contact Mark Sensei any time, by email, phone or through the Contact page on this website.
If you have not used Zoom before, please familiarize yourself with these general instructions:
- Click on the meeting link 10 minutes before the call (10:50 am Mountain Time in the US and Canada).
- If you click on the meeting link, you will not need to enter the password.
If you join a meeting by manually entering the meeting ID, you will need to enter the password.
- Unless you’ve already downloaded the Zoom app you’ll be prompted to download it, and after doing so click on join the meeting.
- Be sure your audio and video are working correctly. The best audio quality is achieved with a quiet room and use of ear buds or a headset.
- You’ll start the call muted, and when you feel moved to speak raise your hand using the hand icon. The best video quality is achieved while sitting in a distraction-free space where you can have your hands free and have some light on your face.
- The Gallery View (which allows you to see all the people on the call) and the Speaker View (which focuses on the person speaking) can be selected in the upper right corner of the Zoom window.