The Christian Meditation Group is affiliated with the

Cincinnati Zen Center, a 501(c)3 Non-Profit Religious Organization

info @  513-278-3727

© 2018 Cincinnati Zen Center


Contemplation and deep prayer are central to religious experience and have a deep heritage in all wisdom traditions. These are acts of turning inward to the content of our heart and mind and identity, seeking direct experience outside of idea and theory.

In the context of our Christian tradition, it is dwelling in the presence of the Lord, sitting still and silent to experience directly the immediacy of the Divine. It is the silent prayer of listening. It is the patient receptivity to grace.

The group has been meeting at Northern Hills United Methodist Church since 2006. It was founded by Myo Wol Soen-sa (Mark Delmar Davis), resident teacher at the Cincinnati Zen Center and member of Northern Hills United Methodist. The group is presently hosted and facilitated by Anthony Lucic.

We welcome all who are interested, regardless of level of knowledge and experience.


Practice consists of reciting the Lord's Prayer, chanting a Psalm, sitting in stillness for 20 minutes, walking quietly for 10 minutes, sitting for another 20 minutes, then closing with the Lord's Prayer. There is opportunity for discussion and fellowship at the end of the session.

When you are visiting for the first time, just come 10 minutes early for a brief orientation. No preparation or previous experience is required, and no mistakes can be made. Chairs and meditation cushions are provided.


Every Tuesday from 7 to 8 pm, unless a special event notice is listed on this page.

We meet in the parlor, which is just inside the south entrance. Please email of call if you have any questions.

Northern Hills United Methodist Church

6700 Winton Road, Cincinnati OH 45224

NHUMC phone: (513) 542-4010

Email Anthony Lucic

Due to the coronavirus pandemic, we feel the responsible action is to suspend our sessions until further notice. Check back here for updates. Our prayers go out to all those affected...