Become a Member




Zen Peacemaker International is a multi-national community and movement of spiritual practitioners who follow the Zen Peacemakers’ Three Tenets of Not Knowing, Bearing Witness and Taking Action in an ever-enlarging circle of influence through social engagement.

Our members span the globe, from Australia to Brazil, from Sweden to Spain. They are refugee servers from England, Austria, Netherlands and Germany, Ecology advocates from the United States and Canada, Human Rights workers from Israel and interfaith ministers from Belgium and many many more.

When you join the Zen Peacemakers, you enter a community that is based on values of awareness, collaboration, communication and creativity. From a street retreat in the alleyways of Cologne, through a bearing witness retreat in war-torn valley of Srebrenica, to a sesshin in the Swiss Alps, crossing states and continents, connect with fellow practitioners, study with diverse Zen teachers or engage ministries in other countries — Joining the Zen Peacemakers you immerse yourself in a global diverse socially engaged spiritual community. 

We encourage you to visit and review The ZPO RuleThe ZPO Core Practices and ZPO Code of Ethical Conduct .

The membership fee, either as an annual or monthly payment, is a suggested contribution.
This contribution supports the administration of Zen Peacemakers International, which in turn offers support, global outreach and point of connection to you and its affiliates.  If you feel inspired and that Zen Peacemakers has contributed to your life in a meaningful way, please consider establishing a monthly contribution or make one-time contribution during our fundraisers. The suggested annual contribution is $180.
Zen Peacemakers International appreciates your continuous support as we further address the needs and interests of our vibrant community, based on the Three Tenets and social action that in these times of challenge and need inspire many around the world to respond in a radical new way. Thank you for taking part with the grounding of not-knowing, the courage to bear witness and the tenacity to act.