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Jetavana
Temple Forest Monastery

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What’s Happening

In July 2014 Ajahn Jayanto and Ajahn Anando, two monks from Amaravati Buddhist Monastery, as well as Tan Saddhammo, a monk from Wat Pah Nanachat, took up residence on part of a property in Temple, NH which has subsequently been purchased by supporters and offered as a site for a monastery in the tradition of Ajahn Chah and Ajahn Sumedho.

See recent announcements and current news. >

Background:
During the summer of 2013, two monks of the Ajahn Chah tradition – Ajahn Jayanto and Ven. Caganando – were invited to stay in Boston in order to explore the possibilities for establishing a branch monastery of their community in New England.

Interest and support proved high – and the opportunity arose to purchase a beautiful, secluded, yet accessible property eminently suitable for a forest monastery in Temple, New Hampshire (near Peterborough).

You can keep up to date with what’s happening on the News page or by joining our mailing list

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Calendar >

Please check the Calendar for information on events.


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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