Announcing Our New Home and Capital Campaign!

The Pittsburgh Shambhala Meditation Center is delighted to announce the location of what will be our new home – 4805 Penn Avenue, in the Garfield/Bloomfield area of Pittsburgh!

The Property Search committee, as well as many members and supporters, have been working diligently for two years to get to this point. So we are also very excited to announce our Capital Campaign to support the move.

Friends, we are taking a big leap, and we are asking for your help. If you have benefited from visiting the Center, through classes or our free meditation instruction, or would like to support others along the path, please make now the time to donate to Shambhala Pittsburgh.

Interior space plan

Your donation will help fund relocation costs, necessary physical improvements to the space, and new furnishings and other upgrades to foster an inspired and sacred environment. We invite you to join our efforts during this exciting and expansive chapter in our story!

The community of the Pittsburgh Shambhala Meditation Center has grown significantly in the past few years, becoming a cornerstone of meditation practice for many throughout Western Pennsylvania. So while news and current events are often troubling, we have many reasons to feel energized.

The larger, more adaptable space in our new Center will allow for additional classes and programming, and the location invites greater neighborhood involvement. Perhaps most meaningfully, the move presents a unique opportunity to further extend to the world the Shambhala teachings on meditation, basic human goodness, and making Enlightened Society possible.

In 2015 we developed a vision statement for our search for a new home: Our vision is to offer an uplifting space that welcomes all to meditate, study, and cultivate enlightened society.

Please consider a donation, however small or large, to Pittsburgh Shambhala, as we are strive to make our new center an uplifted community gathering space that reflects the potential to awaken that resides within all of us.

Questions?  Looking for more information?  Want to be involved?  Please contact Jonathan with questions about our capital campaign.