Sheffield Buddhist Centre is the hub of a thriving, friendly community of practising Buddhists, housed in a large listed building set in about 2 acres of garden. The Centre is run by members of the Triratna Buddhist Order, who teach and practice a non-sectarian style of Buddhism, suitable for people living in the contemporary Western world.
We run regular classes for newcomers to Buddhism and meditation, as well as a packed programme of other classes, events, retreats, festivals and study seminars for those with more experience.
We also host yoga and tai-chi classes — our bright and airy “Great Hall” is ideal for bodywork as well as meditation.
The Centre is in Commonside, between Crookesmoor and Walkley — see the map on this page, or have a look at the contact page if you want to find us.
What is Buddhism? See the Buddhism page for more information.
How do I learn to meditate and get involved? See the Newcomers page.
Where does meditation fit in? See the Meditation page.
Already involved and want to know what’s going on? See Going Deeper
How do I find the Centre or get in touch? Contact Us