Buddhist Society of Pittsburgh (BSP) is composed of representatives from the Pittsburgh Buddhist Center, Three Rivers Dharma, Olmo Ling Temple, Pittsburgh Shambala Meditation Group, Dzogchen Sangha of Pittsburgh, the Laughing Rivers Sangha and all other sanghas who wish to participate.
Laughing Rivers Sangha is one of hundreds of communities worldwide that practices mindfulness as taught by Vietnamese Zen Master Thich Nhat Hanh
Mountain Wind Zen Meditation (MWZM) was founded in 1996 by Venerable Shih Ying-Fa. For more than ten years MWZM has been meeting in the Pittsburgh area.
Olmo Ling Center for Medication and Compassionate Outreach is a religious educational nonprofit organization dedicated to preserving the teachings of the Bon tradition of Tibet and making them available and accessible to lay practitioners.
Pittsburgh Buddhist Center is located in Natrona Heights and is the first Theraveda Temple established in Western Pennsylvania.
Pittsburgh Shambhala is part of an international community of urban meditation and rural retreat centers founded by the Vidyadhara Chögyam Trungpa Rinpoche, and now led by Sakyong Mipham Rinpoche.
Stillpoint is a community-led group practicing the Soto Zen tradition. In addition to regular twice-weekly services, the group hosts extended sittings, retreats and seminars with vising teachers.
Three Rivers Dharma Center is committed to providing the Pittsburgh region with access to the timeless practical teaching of the Buddha.
Zen Center of Pittsburgh is a Soto Zen Buddhist Temple serving the community by offering daily meditations and services.
Zen Group of Pittsburgh is a local affiliate of the Kwan Um School of Zen.