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Kadampa Meditation Centre Lancaster

Welcome to Kadampa Meditation Centre Lancaster. The Centre was founded by the renowned Buddhist meditation master Venerable Geshe Kelsang Gyatso Rinpoche. The Centre is located in central Lancaster and provides a peaceful and relaxed environment in which people can discover the benefits of meditation and modern Buddhism for themselves. We hold regular classes and courses in Lancaster where you can experience the benefits of meditation and deepen your understanding of Buddha’s teaching’s. Everyone is welcome.

Resident Teacher

Rosy McDaniel

Rosy has been a close disciple of Venerable Geshe Kelsang Gyatso Rinpoche for more than 25 years and as a result is an inspiring example of Modern Kadampa Buddhism in practice. She presents the teachings with beautiful clarity, warmth and sincerity, gently guiding people to find within themselves inner peace and lasting happiness.

Other Teachers

In Lancaster


Becoming a supporting member is the most economical way to enjoy all our classes, workshops and retreats. If you attend classes regularly, your membership will represent substantial saving over paying for individual classes and will provide you with more opportunities to deepen your meditation practice. Your membership is also a wonderful way to support the Centre’s activities throughout the year


Kadampa Meditation Centre Lancaster is a registered charity and relies on the income from classes and donations to support it’s activities and facilities. Your generosity will help us to fulfil our vision of spreading Buddha’s timeless wisdom in order to help everyone develop inner peace and harmony in our society. 

You can make a donation of any amount and your kindness and act of giving is greatly appreciated!

“Attending Kadampa Meditation Center Lancaster this year has been such an enlightening experience, I’ve learnt so much about myself and others. Taking time to meditate has given me the opportunity to reflect and truly understand what is important in life. I’d strongly encourage anyone to attend and begin to be inspired by Buddhist teachings.”
— Peter

Kadampa Meditation Centre Lancaster is both a non-profit and registered charity. All work done at the Centre is done voluntarily and there are many ways you can support the activities and help us flourish. Volunteering is a fun way to meet like-minded people, learn new skills and get more involved. Volunteering can be undertaken by anyone and can take as little or as much time as you wish. Every little help will be greatly appreciated! 

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