SUNDAY OPEN HOUSE
LISTEN TO SUNDAY'S MESSAGE
1PM - 2PM
This week we will hear Saint Narada’s allegory of a deer’s perilous circumstance and how we as humans can turn peril into hope.
Speaker: Vraj Vihari Das
1PM - 2PM
A fun, nurturing, and safe place for children and youth to make friends, learn about Krishna, and experience the spirit of community.
Krishna Club members will belong to one of 2 Clubs:
Krisha Kids (5-8)
Krishna Stars (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.
SERVE & GROW
Get active and join a team to help create the exceptional experiences for visitors and practitioners on Sunday. No previous experience or training is necessary.
If you are looking to invest in your relationship with Krishna, meet new practitioners, all while doing meaningful work - this is the program for you.
For more information or to sign up contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
10.30AM - 12PM
Join us in the temple room 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
Sundays are fun, casual, and relaxed. Come as you are and expect to feel welcomed as our guest.
Each week, experience guided meditation, kirtan music and a relevant, engaging message from one of our spiritual leaders - all newcomer friendly. Our guest services team will be there to guide you to the right places. Please stop by the Philosophy Corner to get your free gift bag.
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
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