Volunteer training dates – 2018

Posted on Jul 9, 2018

Sunday 22 July          Morning and Afternoon Monday 23 Jul           7PM Sunday 29 July          Morning and Afternoon Tuesday 31 Jul            7PM Wednesday 01 Aug     7PM Sunday 05 August      Morning and Afternoon Thursday 09 August   7PM (Goshala) Sunday 12 Aug              Morning and Afternoon   NOTE :- We will appreciate  if all the volunteers can commit  at Bhaktivedanta Manor for both the...

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Volunteer Training dates for 2017

Posted on Jun 20, 2017

Date                                      Session 1                 Session 2                Session 3 Sun  02-Jul-2017                  10:30                         12:30                      14:30 Wed  05-Jul-2017                20:00                            X                             X Sun  09-Jul-2017              ...

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Bhakti seva days – 2017

Posted on Feb 6, 2017

Following days will be celebrated as Bhakti Seva Day in 2017 26th February 26th March 30th April 28th May 25th June 30th July 27th August 24th September 29th October 26th Novembe

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Volunteer Policies and Agreement

Posted on Aug 24, 2016

Dear Devotees of Lord Sri Krishna, Hare Krishna Thank you for volunteering your services over the special 50th anniversary Janmashtami Festival and giving nothing less than your very best to make this year’s festival a great success. Attached are links two documents that are integral to Bhaktivedanta Manor fulfilling its legal duty to the volunteers serving on its grounds. The ‘Volunteer Agreement’ describes your responsibilities and what...

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BUCKLAND HALL RETREAT 2016

Posted on Apr 15, 2016

Buckland hall retreat for volunteers 2016 proved once again to be a wonderful success, bringing devotees and volunteers on an intimate personal and self reflective journey in the idyllic stunning rural settings of Brecon Beacons in Wales. Every morning, brave (and well-layered) devotees determined a morning walk, with Trivikram Das, would be the best way to keep them focused (and awake) through their Japa time. Others, chanted by the fire or in...

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