There are Zen Christians, Zen atheists, Zen mothers, Zen governors, Zen prisoners, Zen Jews, Zen Muslims. How can this be?
Zen is not Buddhism, is not a religion, it is a practice available to anyone who wishes to live more fully in the here-and-now. Zen, simply put, is surrender to the simplicity of life.
Can Episcopalians be Zen practitioners? If so, why would they want to be? Join members of the Zen Fellowship and St. Paul's as they discuss the relation between Zen and Christianity and how a Christian might cultivate a Zen practice as natural and vital as prayer.
Sunday, April 30
The Forum at St. Paul's