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Welcome to
The Wet Mountain Sangha!

A Zen Buddhist Community in Pueblo, Colorado

Find Directions to the Zendo Here

The Wet Mountain Sangha is a Zen Buddhist community dedicated to the path of awakening.

The group meets weekly on Wednesdays at 6:00 for meditation as well as on the second and fourth Saturday mornings of each month. There are no membership dues or sign-up sheets. The sangha considers anyone to be a member who wishes to be.

All are welcome, and no prior experience is necessary. A brief orientation to meditation is available on Wednesdays at 5:40 p.m.

Wet Mountain Sangha


Contact David Cockrell, meditation instructor at 719 994-3278

or Doug Mesner, Steering Committee Chair,at 719 248-1542

for more information about sittings, precept classes, koan study, wayfarer
or the next Introduction to Meditation class.

The Wet Mountain Sangha, located at 740 W 15th St., is a Zen Buddhist community in Pueblo, Colorado. The sangha is part of the Open Source Network, a network of zen practice communities and individuals in the western United States committed to co-creation, life in this world, and awakening together.


There is another world, and it is inside this one. . .

News (Most recently updated 04-02-16)

The Wet Mountain Sangha has a Resident Teacher!

On Saturday, March 5 from 3:00 to 5:00 PM, the sangha formally recognized Andrew Palmer, Sensei as our first residential teacher for the sangha. Welcome Andrew!

The Radiance of the Dark Joan Sutherland, Roshi

From our founding teacher's DarmaWorks Project,here is Joan's new film project.

Mindful Me: Waking Up to My Life

with Rev. Jude LaFollette

A program that teaches you to respond with mindfulness to everyday life. Monday classes are from 1 to 3 pm and evening classes are from 5:30 to 7:30 pm in the healing arts room of the Dorcy Cancer Center at St. Mary-Corwin Medical Center. The spring session is happening now April 4 through May 23. Contact Jude LaFollette for information about future offerings: 719-557-5205 or see attached flyer

New Study of the Heart Sutra!

The sangha's dharma study group is beginning a series on the Heart Sutra using Red Pine's translation and commentary, as well as Kaz Tanahashi's work on the sutra. Everyone is welcome. For more information, see the schedule page.