Boundless Way Zen sangha opens on Massachusetts’ South Shore

There is a new addition to the rapidly growing Boundless Way Zen community. The sangha is welcoming a new affiliate group, called Bright Sea Zen, located in North Weymouth, Massachusetts.

The center’s practice leader is Kate Hartland, a student of Zen starting in the 1970s. She first trained with Philip Kapleau at the Rochester Zen Center, and later with Toni Packer at the Springwater Center, before coming to Boston and Boundless Way Zen. Her primary teacher is Josh Bartok of the Greater Boston Zen Center. She is a Senior Dharma Teacher within the Boundless Way Zen community, and is on the board of directors at the Greater Boston Zen Center.

Visit the Bright Sea Zen online here.