Philosophy class taught by senior students of Baba Hari Dass. Held each Tuesday from 9:00 -10:30 am at the Mount Madonna Center. At this time there is no official audio recording of this class.
Bhagavad Gita Class
Philosophy class taught by senior students of Baba Hari Dass. Held each Thursday from 8:30 -10:00 am at the Pacific Cultural Center.
Introductory Yoga classes
Ongoing Saturday morning yoga class taught by students of Baba Hari Dass. Free and open to the public. Held each Saturday from 7:30 -9:30 am both at the Mount Madonna Center and Pacific Cultural Center.
Satsang friends and neighbors are invited to join us for
our annual Thanksgiving celebration on Thursday, November
26th. We’ll observe our regular traditions and rituals evoking
gratitude for this opportunity to join together to sing praise and give thanks
for all our blessings, including Babaji’s teachings
that guide us onward. As we gather together, Babaji's
presence remains with us in our hearts. We’ll also have the opportunity to
join in a late morning yoga class, visit and mingle, and play! So bring the
family and join our celebration.
The schedule will be:
11:00-12:30 Yoga (Redwood Room)
Snacks (CB Dining Room)
& Crafts (West Wing
3:30-4:30 Devotional Service (CB Main)
4:30-5:30 Dinner (CB Dining Room)
Last Updated ( Nov 17, 2015 at 05:26 PM )
Navaratri Special Events
Written by Administrator
Oct 17, 2015 at 03:51 PM
Please join us as we once again immerse ourselves in the timeless, devotional story of
the Ramayana. This year we will celebrate Navaratri
from Tuesday, Oct. 13th to Thursday, Oct. 22nd. We will hold daily
morning Pujas to Sri Ram at the Temple at 7:30 am.
Evening recitals of Ram’s story will be held for 9 nights. The last two
Ramayana Readings of Navaratri will take place on
Oct. 20th and 21st during our Navaratri Yoga Retreat.
These two evenings will include special performances including theatrical
storytelling and kirtan from 7-9 pm. All are welcome
to attend, whether you are taking the whole Retreat or not.
Thursday, Oct. 22nd, Arati will begin at 5:30pm.
Following Arati we will convene in the Bay View
Parking lot for VijayaDasami,
our ‘final battle’ with Ravana. Help is needed to
create the demon King Ravana, especially on Saturdays
for the next few weeks. Let JD, Ram Sharan or Sunil Bhai know if you are interested or have any questions.
refer to the posters in the Community Building and to the Temple website for
further information regarding the schedule of events and how to be involved.
Jai Sri Ram!
Peformances, Oct 17 & 18
are welcome to attend two special events at the Temple this weekend, in
celebration of Navaratri. On Saturday, Oct. 17 from
3-5:30pm there will be a musical rendition of the Sundara
Kanda, and on Sunday, Oct. 18 from 5-6pm there will be a Ramayana inspired
dance recital. Both groups are excellent performers and the shows are going to
be wonderful artistic offerings. Come and enjoy!
Last Updated ( Oct 17, 2015 at 03:55 PM )
HF BOARD OF DIRECTORS 2015
Written by Arpita
Oct 02, 2015 at 12:09 PM
The standing HF Board Members as of Sept, 2015 are:
Rajendra Ronald Bingham
Dayanand John Diffenbaugh
Sadanand Ward Malliard
Vishwamitra David Prisk
The newly elected HF Board Members as of Sept, 2015 are:
Anusri Jennifer Frost
Ratna Jennifer Sturtz
Savita Kay Brownfield
To contact the HF Board you may email:
Last Updated ( Oct 02, 2015 at 12:10 PM )
Navaratri Retreat, Oct 20-23
Written by Administrator
Oct 01, 2015 at 12:00 AM
In the great spiritual heritage of India the fall season is the
time of a rich confluence of traditions and rituals honoring gods and goddesses
in their myriad forms. Through the inspiration of our revered guru, Baba HariDass, we will come together
during the final three days of the traditional nine-day Navaratri
festival to honor and celebrate the inspiring story of Lord Rama as told in the
spiritual epic, Ramayana.
Mornings are devoted to intensive yoga practice and ritual.
Afternoons will be spent studying symbolism and preparing for the final
ceremonies. In the evenings we visit the wondrous tale of the Ramayana in
story, dance, and music. The final evening is the ceremonial destruction of the
Great Demon King Ravana, representing the virtuous
mind prevailing over ego and negativity. The retreat will close with a Vedic
Fire Ceremony for purification and peace.
This retreat is
designed for people at all levels of experience. For more information, CLICK