Every Sunday is a mini-festival at all Hare Krishna temples and gatherings worldwide. With delicious multi-course vegetarian meals, music and spiritual discussion (and occasionally, dance and drama), guests can experience the world’s oldest cultural tradition. The programme provides an opportunity for anyone to learn about the lifestyle and culture of those who practice bhakti-yoga.
The Founder-Acarya of the Hare Krishna movement, Srila Prabhupada, started the “Sunday Love Feast” in 1966. He would personally invite guests and cook the entire meal. He would serve the guests a variety of tasty Indian vegetarian preparations. Along with the vegetarian feast, Srila Prabhupada would chant with the guests, dance and give a lecture on the timeless sacred text, Bhagavad-Gita. Since then, a similar programme has been continued in all the Hare Krishna temples around the world to this date.
Join us for Sunday Sanga on a weekly basis from 11am till 2pm.
For more information, please contact the Sunday Sanga Team on sundayfamilysanga[at]gmail.com.
Sunday Programs are currently taking place three times each month at the Great Barr venue from 11am till 2pm. Please note that at the end of each month the program takes place at the Solihull venue from 12.30pm till 4.30pm.
Birmingham Great Barr Venue (Three times each month – 11am till 2pm)
Great Barr War Memorial Hall
Corner of Chapel Lane
Solihull Venue (end of each month – 12.30pm till 4.30pm)
Shelly Farm Community Centre
Sunday Programme team