BY THE GRACE OF OUR FOUNDER ACHARYA SRILA PRABHUPADA
WELCOME TO ISKCON NAPERVILLE'S NEW TEMPLE
SPIRITUALITY & MINDFULNESS
YOUR TEMPLE, YOUR COMMUNITY
CHILDREN'S ENGAGEMENT AT ISKCON NAPERVILLE
CVOID-19 ALERT – THE TEMPLE IS CLOSED UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE
TEMPLE TIMINGS DURING CURRENT PANDEMIC
Click HERE to read the attached official statement “Seeking Strength in Times of Crisis” from ISKCON’s communication ministry regarding COVID-19
Considering the increasing number of COVID infections and following the guidelines from City and County, we have taken the decision to close the temple until further notice. Your health , safety and well being are of utmost importance to us. When this situation improves, we will inform you of the temple opening details. Meanwhile we will continue to offer prayers in the temple on your behalf.
Note: Click HERE to view guidelines to visit.
And if you are already on this path, enrich it even more by visiting us at Radha Shyamasundara Temple, ISKCON Naperville. Rooted in a Vedic culture that has been carefully preserved through a disciplic succession of over 5000 years, the “Hare Krishna” movement, as it is popularly known, is a non-secular, monotheistic, God-conscious culture that is serving the populace globally with the sole purpose of enhancing one’s spiritual well-being. We welcome you to Radha Shyamasundara Temple, ISKCON Naperville. Please come and experience our warm hospitality.
** THE TEMPLE IS CLOSED FOR GENERAL PUBLIC IN CURRENT PANDEMIC SITUATION UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE. DEITY WORSHIP IS GOING ON REGULARLY BY RESIDENT PRIESTS. **
Please note these timings are during normal operation.
Join us at 4:30 PM for our weekly Sunday Feast.
Every Sunday, we welcome seasoned spiritualists as well as curious seekers to come taste a little bhakti with us. The key highlights of the program include soulful kirtan, arotike, and a sumptuous, free vegetarian meal shared at the end with fellow visitors over heartfelt exchanges and informal discussions. We bring with kirtan at 4:30 PM, followed by Arotike at 5:00 PM, a spiritual discourse at 5:30 PM, and prasadam at 6:30 PM. The curtains to the altar close at 8:00 PM.
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Due to the current situation, the temple is closed to general public until further notice.
Schedule when we get back to normal:
5:30AM Mangala arati & Tulasi puja
8:00AM Sringara arati & Guru puja
8:30AM Srimad Bhagavatam class
12:30PM Raj bhoga offering & arati
1 PM to 4 PM Closed
7:00 PM Sandhya arati
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