As of April 18, 2022:

COVID Protocols for Visiting the Temple


Masking at the temple is optional.

You may choose to wear a mask or respirator that offers greater protection in certain situations, such as when you are with people at higher risk for severe illness, or if you are at higher risk for severe illness

This remains a highly contagious illness. If you have been exposed to someone who has tested positive for COVID-19, monitor for symptoms, and get tested on the fifth day that you were in association with the COVID-19 patient. Testing before five days may not give an accurate result.

  • ISKCON Korea Performs Yajna for Samsung

    On June 30th, ISKCON Korea performed a special Narasimhadeva yajna, with special prayers seeking blessings for Reliance Industries Ltd for its new FPSO vessel named KG D6 RUBY. The vessel was built by Samsung Heavy Industries Co., Ltd from South Korea. The ship will be used for transporting oil. Click to read full article on […]

  • Mercy for Prisoners in Argentina

    Devotees from the town of Mendoza, Argentina came up with a plan to deliver Krishna Consciousness to state prisons. The budding program has become a success because of how much the inmates value Srila Prabhupada’s teachings, as well as the prasadam, and kirtan. Click to read full article on ISKCON News.

  • ISKCON Relief Ukraine Report- Week 18

    This week’s report includes the visit of two generous donors who are supporting the ISKCON Relief Team Initiative. They visited Hungary, the Czech Republic, and Poland and were very nicely received by members of our ISKCON Relief Team as well as HH Sivarama Swami. Click to read full article on ISKCON News.

  • ISKCON Relief for Ukraine

    ISKCON Relief for Ukraine

    By ISKCON Relief, Apr 25, 2022 — Devotees from Europe and also other parts of the world have tirelessly continued their sincere endeavors to help devotees and refugees from Ukraine to find shelter, care, and support. The following figures are for week 8 of this devotee care/relief effort. [Scroll down within the article to see […]

  • Temple Schedule

    • 4:30am – Mangala Arati
    • 5:00am – Tulasi Puja, altar closed
    • 5:20am – Japa
    • 7:20am – Deity Darshan and Guru Puja
    • 8:00am – Srimad Bhagavatam Class
    • 12:00pm – Raja Bhoga Arati
    • 12:30pm – Temple closed until 4:15pm
    • 4:15pm – Dhupa Arati
    • 6:30pm – Sandhya Arati
    • 8:45pm – Sayana Arati
    • 9:00pm – Temple closed

    Sunday Program Schedule

    • 4:00 – 8:00pm  Gift Shop open
    • 4:15pm – 5:00pm Arati and kirtan 
    • Sunday Feast Free Vegetarian Prasad will be distributed, 4:30 – 6:30 pm.
    • 5:00 – 6:00pm Discussion on Vedic wisdom
    • 8:50 – 9:00pm Final arati
    • 9:00pm Temple closed
  • SB Class Schedule


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