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Temple Forest Monastery

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What’s Happening

In July 2014, monks from Amaravati Buddhist Monastery took up residence on a property in the town of Temple, New Hampshire, which was subsequently purchased by supporters and now serves as a monastery in the tradition of Ajahn Chah and Ajahn Sumedho.

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Luang Por Viradhammo Visits Temple

Luang Por Viradhammo

Luang Por Viradhammo

We are happy to receive a visit this weekend from Ven. Ajahn Viradhammo, abbot of Tisarana Buddhist Monastery in Canada. Luang Por will be with us from Friday, August 26 through Sunday the 28th.

Please join us for the mealtime offering at 11 a.m. on these days, or for the Dhamma Talks he will offer on Friday evening and Sunday afternoon.

Dhamma Talks will be offered at the monastery by Luang Por Viradhammo, on:

  • Friday, August 26 at 7 p.m. (after the usual meditation and chanting beginning at 7), and

  • Sunday, August 28 at 1 p.m. (as part of the usual Sunday Meditation Workshop).

2016 Offering Ceremony – Sunday, September 18 

Please join us for the annual “Pa Bah” almsgiving ceremony which will be held at the monastery on Sunday, September 18, 2016, from 10.15 a.m.–2.30 p.m. These are traditional occasions going back to the time of the Buddha when the lay community comes together towards the end of the “Rainy Season” to offer material support to the monastic community. This year some of our local Thai-American friends have asked to offer a Pa Bah and they invite anyone interested to join with them (just come along). The occasion includes informal opportunities to meet the sangha and others in the wider lay community, thus serving as an annual festival-like gathering too. A Dhamma Talk will be offered after an alms-round and shared meal and the ceremony for the offering of requisites.

Everyone is most welcome to come for all or any part of the day, whether bringing offerings or just wishing to hear a Dhamma Talk or visit with the sangha and others.

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How To Help / What’s Needed

You can find out more about what’s needed or useful – including a list of currently needed items – on the Contribute page. 

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Financial Questions

The monastery’s financial matters are handled by the non-profit organization Jeta Grove:

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