Zoom is sofware that allows you to join a video or audio class online using your computer, smartphone, or regular telephone (audio online). The sofware is free and you do NOT need to create an account. To join with your computer you will need a webcam or at least a microphone connected to your computer.

Joining the Meeting

Each class will have a Zoom link or a meeting ID that you use to join

Please go here to view instructions for joining a meeting with your device

It is recommended that you setup Zoom on your device prior to the start of the meeting.  Zoom provides a test meeting that you can join to test your device.


Volunteer Needs

TCMC is run almost entirely by volunteers.  Volunteering and service can be a useful part of your spritiual path. Please consider volunteering.


Organize and place items in the shed

Patch cracks in parking lot


Attend Monthly Yard Work Day (1-3 hours) or do yard work on your own

Fill 5 gallon water jugs (Fill 5 gallon water jugs for our water cooler, and bring them to TCMC.  We go through 1 to 2 five-gallon jugs per week.  You will be reimbursed for the cost of the water. Must be able to lift a 5 gallon jug of water.)

Inspect center on monthly basis to find maintenance or repair items

Check organize and vacuum  meditation cushions periodically


Make fliers for classes and retreats

Collect data from retreat surveys and enter it online for analysis

To inquire about or volunteer for any of these jobs, please contact Blake B. at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or 520-775-1626.


TCMC Parking Guidelines

We have a limited number of parking spaces in the back (including two covered spaces and a van-accessible handicapped parking space), behind the gate, and three parking spaces in front of the building (the handicapped-painted parking space in front is no longer of the correct design and we will convert it to a regular parking space in the near future, so go ahead and use it). 

Please feel free to park anywhere on the street!  

Just be careful not to park in our neighbor's yard adjacent south. It looks like a vacant lot, but it's not. There's a wonderful family with young children living there.