The Regina Zen Sangha is a Buddhist community dedicated to the learning and practicing of the Buddha's teachings. The Sangha is supported by members who, out of inspiration of the meditative practice of Zen, bring the twenty-five-hundred-year-old awakening teachings of the Buddha to life through themselves and the community.
Our Sangha meets on Saturday mornings at 10:30 am at the Knox-Metropolitan United Church in Regina, Saskatchewan, Canada. We sit in silent meditation for approximately 30 minutes, followed by a Dharma Talk led by a teacher or a senior student of Zen. As a general rule, we sit year-round, taking a break from meeting at the Knox for major holidays, the summer months, and our annual weekend retreat. Feel free to check out our For Beginners page for more details about our practice!
We are now in the final stretch of regular sittings before our summer break! The last sitting will be on Saturday, June 22nd, 2019.
As in previous years, access to our space at the Knox-Metropolitan United Church is through the south entrance (facing Victoria Avenue). Use the door buzzer to gain entrance into the building proper. At the top of the staircase, walk straight ahead to the Centennial Lounge (our current space). Please note that once in a while we do get shuffled to the Chapel which is on the main floor close to this entrance - there will be people nearby and/or signage if this happens.