The Grafton Peace Pagoda was completed in 1993 - the result of eight years of voluntary labor and donations from people from all faiths and from many corners of the world. This monument to peace is the home of Buddhist nun and peace activist, Jun Yasuda. It is the site of numerous interfaith celebrations throughout the year and the jumping off point for a variety of "Prayer Walks" which successfully combine spiritual practice and political activism.
For more background read The Story of the Peace Pagoda.
Information for Newcomers
All are welcome to attend morning and evening meditation/chanting sessions held at the recently completed Japanese style temple on the Pagoda grounds.
Spring & Summer Schedule : 5:00 AM - 6:30 AM
6:00 PM - 7:00 PM
(During the winter, the morning session begins one hour earlier and the evening session begins one hour later.)
Contact the Grafton Peace Pagoda
For more information about all Grafton Peace Pagoda events, call (518) 658-9301. (Please call between 7:00 and 9:00pm)
To link to the website of the Peace Pogoda in Leverett, Massachusetts click www.peacepagoda.org .
] Na mu Myo Ho Ren Ge Kyo ]