Last Sunday’s Teisho
If you attended last Sunday morning’s sitting online (via Zoom or the Center’s audio-livestream), you know that Roshi’s teisho did not broadcast. You can now listen to it here: Recognizing the Inevitable.
As a result of recent technology mishaps, we’re taking extra measures to ensure that teisho and other talks will broadcast successfully online every time, including the upcoming teisho by Sensei John Pulleyn on Sunday, September 19.
Uprooting Racism Speaker Series: Rev. Myra Brown of Spiritus Christi Church
Uprooting Racism is delighted to announce an evening with local luminary, community leader, and activist, Rev. Myra Brown of Spiritus Christi Church, for a free Zoom conversation. The event will take place on Wednesday, October 20, 2021, from 7:00 to 8:30 pm EDT.
You don’t have to be a Center member to attend, so feel free to share this event with friends and family. It’s an opportunity to get engaged with issues that impact the Rochester community and beyond.
To register for a free “ticket,” receive the Zoom meeting information in your email inbox, and for more information about Rev. Brown, please click here.
Questions or accessibility issues? Please contact Luka at firstname.lastname@example.org, so that they can assist you.
Upcoming Book Discussion: The Way of Tenderness
Uprooting Racism’s next book discussion will be on The Way of Tenderness: Awakening through Race, Sexuality, and Gender, by Zenju Earthlyn Manuel. The first book discussion date will be in November, and much more information about the book, the facilitators, and dates will be published in a later Sangha email.