Youth Activities

Introduction
“Every child, if given an impression of the Lord from his very childhood, certainly becomes a great devotee of the Lord like Maharaja Pariksit. Maharaja Pariksit also advised that such impressions of a Godly relation must be impregnated from the very beginning of childhood, otherwise one may miss the opportunity of the human form of life.”–Srila Prabhupada in Srimad Bhagavatam 1.12.30, Purport.

Sunday School (Ongoing)
The ISKCON Laguna Beach Sunday school comprises of many enthusiastic, wonderful children and their dedicated young teachers. Every Sunday, from 5:45 PM – 6:45 PM, children actively participate in our Sunday school program. This school inculcates values and culture into children based on scriptures such as Bhagavad Gita, Vedas, and Srimad Bhagavatam. This program exemplifies to students a practical way to apply Krishna consciousness to their daily lives. Through a well-designed curriculum that balances learning and play, the children get to experience the richness and fullness of the Vedic Culture. The children learn the Science of God in many joyful and simple ways–chanting, hearing (the endless heroic pastimes of the Lord), dancing, drawing and games. At the Sunday school, we believe that all children are blessed with natural inherent talents, which are uncovered when engaged in the service of the Lord.

Other Activities
Children also participate in picnics, dramas, games and other fun filled activities.

For more information on enrolling your child today, please visit the Temple during Sunday feast and talk with Ananda Gopika Mata. You can also email us: info@lagunatemple.com

Recent Dramas by our Sunday School children

2016 Gita Jayanti Festival Play

Lifting of Govardhan Hill at ISKCON Laguna Beach 2016

Laguna Beach Krishna Kids Celebrate Janmashtami 2009 -1

Laguna Beach Krishna Kids Celebrate Janmashtami 2009 -2

Gaura Purnima Play 2014 Laguna Beach

A few years ago, children participated in the Janmashtami (8 parts) play directed by a Sunday School teacher, Radhapriya.