Weekly Schedule

Weekday Mornings (Monday - Friday)

  • 6:00am – Zazen (seated meditation)
  • 6:35am – Kinhin (walking meditation)
  • 6:45am – Zazen
  • 7:20am – Service
  • 7:35am – Soji (temple cleaning)
  • 7:50am – Morning program ends

Weekday Beginner’s Program (Mondays only)

  • 11:15am – Beginner’s Class (in zendo)

Weekday Midday (Monday - Friday)

(It's OK to enter the zendo whenever you can get here.)

  • 12:00pm – Zazen
  • 12:30pm – Short Break
  • 12:35pm – Zazen
  • 1:00pm – Midday program ends

Weekday Evenings (Monday - Thursday)

(Many come to zazen after work; it's OK to enter the zendo whenever you can get here.)

  • 5:40pm – Zazen
  • 6:15pm – Service
  • 6:25pm – Evening program ends

(Note: You may depart before service begins.)


Saturday Beginner's Instruction

  • 8:00am - 9:00am – Beginners' Program (held in the zendo)

Saturday Morning Program

  • 8:00am – Informal Early Morning Zazen (upstairs)
  • 9:15am – Zazen
  • 9:50am – Service & Soji (temple cleaning)
  • 10:30am – Dharma Talk
  • 11:15am – Announcements, tea and snacks

Sunday Informal Early Morning Zazen (in zendo)

  • 8:00am – Zazen
  • 8:35am – Kinhin
  • 8:45am – Zazen
  • 9:20am – End of program

AZC also offers numerous other practice opportunities and classes.

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Spring

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Spring is one of our blessings—new beginnings, new life. But new life is a life not only of blossoms but of thorns and weeds. Life does not stay new; spring is inherently one part of a greater cycle of growing and dying. So we look deeper. What is spring when it neither comes nor goes?

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