Hare Krishna, Hare Krishna, Krishna Krishna, Hare Hare
 Hare Rama, Hare Rama, Rama Rama, Hare Hare

Chant and Be Happy!
Dear devotees and Friends of Lord Krsna, as you know, the COVID-19 pandemic has caused us to make some temporary changes to the days and times that our temple is open to the public. By the mercy of Radha Vrajabihari, we have been able to continue worshiping our Deities on a regular schedule. 

On December 6 we had a very special program to celebrate the reopening of the temple.  Join our mailing list so that you can regularly check our Wednesday newsletter to find out when you can make a reservation to come see Lord Krsna in person. Due to the restrictions of Covid-19 we can only accommodate a certain number of guests in the temple at one time. So be on the lookout for an opportunity to make your reservation.

Remember during these times of Covid-19 restrictions your financial support is greatly needed so please make regular donations to support your temple.

Temple Schedule

4:30am-Mangala Arati

7:15am-Shringar Arati

7:20am-Guru Puja

7:45am-Bhagavatam Class

8:15am-Dhupa Arati

12:00pm-Raja Bhoga Arati

(Altar closed from 1:00-4:30pm)

4:30pm-Pushpa Arati

6:30pm-Gaura Arati

7:00pm-Bhagavad-gita Class

8:15pm-Shayana Arati

8:30pm-Darshan Closed

Sunday Feast

During these times of Covid-19 restrictions may apply. Please, see our temple opening calendar to book your visit. 

Please come join us every Sunday at 12:00pm
Sunday Feast Service consists of singing devotional songs and sacred mantras, Bhagavad Gita discourse, and ceremonial worship. Afterwards, we honor prasadam (sanctified food offered to Lord Krishna). This worship program, as established by Srila Prabhupada over 50 years ago, includes the five primary devotional processes recommended by Sri Krishna Chaitanya Mahaprabhu.

sadhu-sanga, nama-kirtana, bhagavata-sravana

mathura-vasa, sri-murtira sraddhaya sevana

“One should associate with devotees, chant the holy name of the Lord, hear Srimad Bhagavatam, reside at Mathura and worship the Deity with faith and veneration.”

(Caitanya Caritamrita. Madhya-lila 22.128)

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