SSJM Youth Council

SSJM Youth Council is an ongoing community service group for Middle school and High School students. Students meet monthly to plan service projects outside the temple such as feeding the homeless, collecting toys for kids,etc. Also, students regularly participate in service within the temple such as serving food in the kitchen, cleaning up in the temple,etc. Foremost in all of these activities is that the youth are primarily responsible for initiating, planning, and following through on projects. Two adult sponsors also attend meetings to provide support and adult guidance. The Youth Council requires a commitment from the youth to be able to attend meetings and participate in the activities. Also, a goal is that the members will also have opportunities for leadership by leading service projects.

SSJM Youth Council Website

Youth Car Wash SSJM – 11th November 2010

Youth Car Wash 2010

Youth Car Wash 2010

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Timings

Temple Timings


Monday - Wednesday & Friday
8:00am - 1:00pm & 5:00pm - 9:00pm
Thursday, Saturday, Sunday and National Holidays
8:00am - 9:00pm

Arthi Timings


Monday - Wednesday & Friday- Sunday
8:00 am Kakad Arthi
8:30 am Abhishekam & Archana
12:30 pm Madhyaan Arthi.
6:30 pm Sandhya Arthi.
8:30 pm Shej Arthi.
Thrusday
8:00 am Kakad Arthi
8:30 am Abhishekam & Archana
12:30 pm Madhyaan Arthi.
6:00 pm Bhajan.
Approx 7:45 pm Sandhya Arthi.
8:15 pm Palki Procession.
9:00 pm Shej Arthi.

Recent

Current Activities

Pl help by "Shrama Daana ( Volunteer Work/ Help) or Dhana Daana ( Monetary Help)" for the following activities

1. Install Lighting Posts at the Pathway from the main gate to the temple

2. Install Flood Lights at the Temple Name at the Entrance Gate for the easy visibility of new devotees.

3. Removal of Diagonal Parking lines on the concrete parking lot on North side of the temple

4. Install Concrete/Wooden blocks marking the parking location on South Side of the temple

5. Install Enter and Exit Signs for the Devotees while entering the Temple from West Bellfort St.

6.Extend the parking lot on the backside of the temple to accommodate more cars