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The first Theravada Buddhist temple in western Pennsylvania, the Pittsburgh Buddhist Center (PBC) was established on Sept. 6, 2006 to serve the needs of Buddhists and friends of Buddhism in the greater Pittsburgh region.

PBC conducts meditation sessions, religious discussions, Buddhism and language classes for children, and a monthly program that includes a lecture by a Buddhist scholar at PBC.

We welcomes your participation in its activities, as well as your private visits to the temple. The temple is open to people of all religions. All events, unless otherwise noted, are free to the public. Children are welcome.

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Please call (724-295-2525) Bhante Punna to sign up for remote meditation sessions.

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PBC is a non profit organization. We count on your donations to operate the center. Thank you.

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Telephone:

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Address:
111, Route 908, Natrona Heights, PA 15065
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