with Jisan Tova Green and Daiyu Judith Randall
Eight Mondays: October 6 - November 24, 2014
7:30 - 9 pm Precepts are not rules set up by someone.
—Suzuki Roshi, Not Always So
This class focuses on the precepts as guideposts for our thoughts, speech and actions, for living ethically, with deep regard for ourselves, others and the world in which we live. Through reflecting on our experience, reading, writing and discussion, we will appreciate the ways in which practicing with the precepts can enrich our lives. This class is open to everyone. Fees:
$160; $144, current SFZC members; $96, limited income. Some partial scholarships available. (See About Registration, Scholarships and Cancellations
.) To Register:
Use the ticket table below. Or call our toll free number (888.743.9362) or local number (415.475.9362).Although online sales have ended, space is still available. Please call during business hours (9 am to 4 pm Monday through Friday only) or register at the door with cash or check.
About Registration, Scholarships and Cancellations
Jisan Tova Green
Jisan Tova Green, LCSW, is a resident practice leader at City Center. She currently serves as director of development for San Francisco Zen Center, and she also served recently as vice president and as City Center director. The co-founder of Zen Center's Queer Dharma Group, she received priest ordination from Eijun Linda Cutts in 2003. Tova received her MSW from Smith College School for Social Work and completed Smith's certificate program in Contemplative Social Work in 2008. Tova was a social worker at Hospice by the Bay until April 2011.
Daiyu Judith Randall
Daiyu Judith Randall came to Zen Center in 2000 after working in Quaker organizations and hospice social work. She was ordained as a priest by Paul Haller in 2004 and lived and practiced at Tassajara for 10 years. Currently she is assistant to the Abiding Abbot at City Center.