In-person & Online dharma talk by Kidō Ian Case, March 4


Event Details


Please join us Saturday, March 4, at 11 am (NY EST UTC-5), for an in-person dharma talk by Kidō Ian Case.

Location: Christ Church Cobble Hill, located at 326 Clinton Street (at the corner of Kane Street).

We ask that all participants be fully vaccinated and boosted. Please see the BZC Covid Protocol for additional information. The COVID risk level will be confirmed closer to the date of the date.

The dharma talk will also be live-streamed. For security reasons, we do not post zoom links publicly. If you are subscribed to the BZC sangha listserv and receive the weekly announcements, please find the recurring log in information already in your inbox. Otherwise, please contact Flo Lunn here in advance.

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We also invite you to make a financial donation to BZC to support our online offerings at this time. You can donate to BZC via Paypal to paypal@brooklynzen.org or online here. Your contributions are deeply appreciated and needed to support our community and our ongoing dharma offerings.

For those who are in a position to contribute, please give generously as you are able. Thank you!

You are welcome to come to all or just part of the program schedule:

09:00am Doors open
09:25am Han
09:40am Zazen (sitting meditation)
10:10am Kinhin (walking meditation)
10:20am Zazen
11:00am Dharma talk
12:00am Service (ceremonial chanting, bowing and incense offering)
12:20am Soji (temple cleaning practice)
12:40pm Tea (informal tea time)


About Kidō Ian Case

Ian has been a student at Brooklyn Zen Center since its inception in 2005. During this time he has taken on various administrative and practice roles at the center, including serving for several years as Ino (head of the meditation hall). He was in residence for 15 months at Tassajara Zen Mountain Center in 2015-2016 and was ordained as a priest by Teah Strozer in October 2016. He served as shuso (head student) at BZC for the fall 2019 practice period. Ian holds an MA in Linguistics from the City University of New York an a Masters of Divinity from Union Theological Seminary. He served as BZC‘s director from 2019 to 2022 and currently serves as Tanto (Head of Practice).