Every Sunday, we welcome seasoned spiritualists as well as curious seekers to come taste a little bhakti with us. Read what are we doing to contain COVID 19 (Coronavirus) HERE.
** Starting Saturday March 13th 2021 the Temple is open for DARSHAN ONLY **
Monday through Sunday
5:30AM – 1PM AND 4PM – 8PM
Wearing a MASK and maintaining SOCIAL-DISTANCING is mandatory even if you are vaccinated.
Our joyful celebration starts with melodious kirtan and jubilant dancing, followed by worship of the deities. Festivities continue with a spiritual discourse specifically intended to provide newcomers with an opportunity to learn about our philosophy and practices, and engage in a dialogue. Highlights of the program also include a sumptuous free vegetarian meal shared at the end with fellow visitors over heartfelt exchanges and informal discussions.
Our Founder, Srila Prabhupada, established the Sunday programs, which continue till date in ISKCON temples all around the world. It is a way to offer love and devotion to the Lord in a spirit of universal solidarity. Visitors not only worship the deities but also nurture loving relationships among each other, despite their varied backgrounds. It is this exchange of love that makes folks eager to join our Sunday “Love” feasts again and again!
We welcome all with an open heart, and hope to see you this Sunday!
4:30 – 5:00 PM Kirtan
5:00 – 5:30 PM Arotike
5:30 – 6:30 PM Spiritual discourse based on Vedic teachings such as Bhagavad-Gita
6:30 – 7:30 PM Free vegetarian feast & ongoing kirtan in temple hall
8:00 PM Curtains close