Come As You Are…


Join us for our Sunday morning gatherings  open to everyone from 10 – 11:30 AM

The Salt Lake Buddhist Fellowship is a lay led non-sectarian Sangha influenced by the Pure Land Buddhist tradition of Honen Shonin and Shinran Shonin, that serves the greater Salt Lake City region.   We are an  independent community loosely affiliated the North American Shin Buddhist Association. Our Practice Leader is Mr. Christopher “Myoshin” Ross-Leibow.  We have an open and engaged group with all levels of experience. We like to say in our tradition, “come as you are…” there is no dress code, and nothing you need to do but attend. The fellowship is a great place to learn about Buddhism, mindfulness and the Bodhisattva path.

Our community wishes to deeply explore ourselves to come to true entrusting in the Oneness of Reality, personified as Amida Buddha. In order to deepen our appreciation, knowledge and experience of the Mahayana Buddhist teachings and practices, we use readings from various Buddhist books and each of our rich personal experiences. In addition, we recognize the importance of practice, therefore, at the beginning of our gatherings we discuss our individual awareness practices from meditation to acts of compassion towards others and ourselves, in addition we recite inspirational prayers, practice zazen (quiet sitting).  and conduct sacred chants using, Om Namu Amitbhaya  Even though our studies emphasize the Pure Land and Shin Tradition of Buddhist teachings and practices, we are open to all of the myriad of Buddhisms and the entirety of world spirituality. Our gatherings include quiet sitting and voice meditation, plenty of discussion, and fellowship. We would love for you to join us in practice.

“Namu Amida Butsu”

Services at 10:00 am – 11:30 am   Located at Vitalize Community Studios     3474 S 2300 E #12, Millcreek, UT 84109

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Contact us at or Call Christopher “Myoshin” Ross-Leibow  at  801-502-8130

Mailing Address:  PO Box 55803, Salt Lake City, UT 84158


 Christopher “Myoshin” Ross-Leibow