Group shot of the Village Zendo sangha.
|Denomination||Sōtō (White Plum Asanga)|
|Founder(s)||Enkyo Pat O'Hara|
|Address||588 Broadway, Suite 1108 New York, New York 10012-3229|
Village Zendo is a Soto Zen practice center originally located in the apartment of Enkyo Pat O'Hara, who founded the zendo in 1986. Formerly located in a red brick building, the Zen center took up the majority of space in O'Hara's apartment. The center has since moved to its new location on Broadway in New York City. Village Zendo is a practice center of the White Plum Asanga and Zen Peacemaker Circle, the former founded by O'Hara's teacher Taizan Maezumi and the latter by Bernard Glassman.
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