Dzogchen Sangha of Pittsburgh
Flower Dance Temple
Jewel Heart Pittsburgh Study Group
Laughing Rivers Sangha
Mountain Wind Zen Meditation
Olmo Ling Center
Pittsburgh Buddhist Center
The Red Tara Study Group
Shambhala Meditation Group of Pittsburgh
Stillpoint, A Pittsburgh Zen Community
Three Rivers Dharma
Vipassana Sitting Group
Zen Center of Pittsburgh
Zen Group of Pittsburgh
Sensei Janet Abels of Still Mind Zendo is our teacher.
It appears that the link from Zen Group of Pittsburgh goes to a business site and not the zen group site. Does this need fixing?
No…that is correct. The Zen Group of Pittsburgh provided us that website.
If they supplied that site either:
(1) You have to question their discrimination
(2) You should label this page, “Anything Marketed as Buddhist”
(3) Recheck to see if someone made a mistake.
It is cheezy and goes against the intend of this whole site. It was kind of JB to point it out.
Hello. My first visit to the site. Wonderful work…..I attempted to use the link for Laughing Rivers Sangha and found it to be incorrect. The correct address is http://www.laughingrivers.org
are there any nichiren buddhist groups located in the urban pittsburgh area? thanks,
There is an SGI center http://www.sgi-usa.org/sgilocations/results_details.php?id=58&dist=
they are the only group that I am aware of. I follow a form of Buddhism partly based off of Nichiren’s teachings, but my group does not have a center here…I have to travel.
um trying to stay away from the SGI–I’ve heard some very bad things about them, but they are the only nicheren group that seems to be present in pittsburgh.
Hello, everyone. I just recently moved to Pittsburgh, from Florida. I am attending University and seeking some knowledge from any sangha willing to help. I have been toiling over the concept of Anatta for many months. Could someone please direct me? Is there a community who can expand my understanding?
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Is there a “Pure Land” or Shin Buddhist group in Pittsburgh.
There may be a Pure Land group in the area. Not EVERY group participates with the Buddhist Society of Pittsburgh. Nevertheless, all the Pure Land and Shin Buddhists I have met locally attend other temples do to their perception that there are too few of them in the local geography to coordinate their own temple.
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