sat & sun OPEN HOUSE
Join us on Saturdays and Sundays for outdoor kirtan from 12pm-3pm!
Prasadam lunch will be provided free of charge in to-go boxes. Specialty bake sale items will also be available for purchase.
All current covid precautions are being strictly maintained.
online on sundays
A fun, nurturing, and safe place for children and youth to make friends, learn about Krishna, and experience the spirit of community.
Three different online groups for youth:
Krishna Kids (Grades 1-5)
Krishna Crew (Grades 6-8)
TAG (Grades 9-12)
EXPLORE & DISCUSS
10AM - 11.30AM
The Bhakti Lounge is a discussion-based, informal gathering, to personally experience bhakti. It's a place where you share your journey and meet practitioners of Bhakti.
If you are new to Bhakti or the community, join us here to get an introduction and connected in.
Note: The Bhakti Lounge is continuing to meet in person, while adhering to all Covid safety measures.
SERVE & GROW
Our community depends on volunteers and we are grateful that you want to be a part of that! Join our team of volunteers who serve in all areas of our community. No previous experience or training is necessary.
For more information or to sign up contact and decide which area of service is best fitting for you:
Building Care & Repair
Gardens, Tulsi, & our Cows
10.30AM - 12PM
Join us online every Sunday morning for an in-depth and systematic study of Srila Vyasadeva's most important writing, The Srimad Bhagavatam.
Speaker: Vraja Vihari Das
TO THIS COMMUNITY
Our Saturday and Sunday Open Houses are fun, casual, and relaxed. Come as you are and expect to feel welcomed as our guest.
Note: Because of our large property, we are able to continue hosting outdoor weekend programs safely, while adhering to Covid safety precautions.
Don’t worry about wearing something ‘Indian’ or ‘your Sunday best’ to ISKCON of DC. You are welcome to visit in casual or dressy clothing. Since the temple community has members who follow the yoga practice of celibacy, we ask that you do not wear clothing that is too revealing. If you plan to spend time sitting in the Temple Room or meditating, you may want to consider wearing clothing that is comfortable and not restrictive. While in the Temple Building, we ask that you remove your shoes
Got questions? Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org and we’ll get right back to you!