Boundless Way Temple

Boundless Way Temple

In August 2009, my wife, Melissa Myozen Blacker, Roshi and I bought a rambling old Victorian home in our hometown of Worcester, MA to be the site of a Zen Temple for daily practice and residential retreats.  The meditation group we had begun in the family room of our home in 1991 had grown to the point where we could no longer fit all the people that wanted to come.  Our dream was to create a place of beauty and practice.

Melissa and I are the Resident Teachers at Boundless Way Temple.  Though I occupy the exalted position of Abbot, in truth, we share the leadership and guidance of this community of Zen practice.

Boundless Way Temple is an affiliate of Boundless Way Zen.  We are a 501c3 non-profit religious organization and are in the process of purchasing the property to ensure it remains a place of Zen practice for generations to come.

If you would more information about how you can learn and practice with us, please go to 

The operation of the Temple is funded entirely through memberships, retreat contributions and donations.  If you would like to find out more about becoming a member of the Temple or making a donation please go to

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