There is no religion higher than truth




Our winter/spring 2014 lecture series is starting on February 16 and runs through May 18. Once again we have some of the best speakers in the area. The schedule is posted here and on our Facebook page. Join us on Sunday each week for an enlightening afternoon.

The Theosophical Society in Pittsburgh offers a place to hear diverse spiritual and philosophical programs. Most of our programs are available to anyone who shows up, regardless of their desire to join the group or their ability to offer donations to help support our organization. No member or officer of our group receives compensation of any kind. Due to the growing cost of advertising, printing, postage, and telephone service, we ask for your financial support.

Please help us with whatever tax deductible contribution you'd like to offer. If you send us $15.00 it will cover the cost of producing, advertising, and mailing your schedule for a year. For each additional $15.00, you send we can keep another year's worth of services going for a student or someone who might be less fortunate than you. Please read more here.

Want to be a speaker our future sessions? Contact us.



THEOSOPHY is the wisdom underlying all religions when they are stripped of accretions and superstitions. It offers a philosophy which renders life intelligible and demonstrates that justice and love guide the cosmos. Its teachings aid the unfoldment of the latent spiritual nature in the human being, without dependence or fear.

THE THEOSOPHICAL SOCIETY, founded in 1875, is a worldwide body whose primary object is Universal Brotherhood based on the realization that life, and all its diverse forms, human and non-human, is indivisibly One. The Society imposes no belief on its members, who are united by a common search for Truth and desire to learn the meaning and purpose of existence by engaging themselves in study, reflection, purity of life and loving service.



    To form a nucleus of the Universal Brother & Sisterhood of Humanity regardless of race, sex, caste, creed, or color.


    To encourage the study of comparative religion, philosophy and science.


    To investigate the unexplained laws of nature and the powers latent in humanity.


Welcome to the
Pittsburgh, PA Chapter!

Winter/Spring 2014 Schedule
Now Posted!


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