Welcome to Vedic Cultural Centre, Seattle

The Vedic Cultural Center is dedicated to preserving, practicing, and growing the Vedic tradition for the benefit of all.

Sunday Feast

Every Sunday, we welcome seasoned spiritualists as well as curious seekers to come taste a little Bhakti with us.

Cultural Activities

Every Sunday, we welcome seasoned spiritualists as well as curious seekers to come taste a little Bhakti with us.

Holi

Every Sunday, we welcome seasoned spiritualists as well as curious seekers to come taste a little Bhakti with us.

ISKCON

The International Society for Krishna Consciousness (ISKCON) was formed by  His Divine Grace A.C Bhaktivedanta Swami Prabhupada.The basic philosophy begins with the understanding that we are not this body, rather we are the conscious spiritual beings residing in these varieties of material bodies resembling humans, aquatics, plants, etc. To know more, click here.

VCC

The Vedic Cultural Center is dedicated to preserving, practicing and growing the Vedic tradition for the benefit of our younger generation and all people. The Vedas teach that we are all part of one great family with a common origin. Therefore Vedic culture celebrates commonality of all human beings and teaches them to live in harmony with nature by practice of the universal principle of ahimsa or non violence.

SERVICE

True happiness comes when our desire to love and be loved is fulfilled. To develop love for God and cultivate loving relationships with all living entities is the basis of Bhakti Yoga. So we invite you to come and learn more about this process of selfless loving service. Click this section to know more about the Services provided in Vedic Cultural Center

Services Offered

Temple Schedule

Temple Schedule

5.30- 5.55am – Mangal Arati

5.55 – 6.15am – Tulasi-arati and Siksastakam prayers

8.15 am – Guru-Puja

8.30 – Shringar Arati

12.30-12.55pm – Raj Bhoga Arati

12.30 PM – 3.00 PM Dieties take rest Darshan Close (Mon-Sat)

3.15 PM – Utthapana Darshan Arati

7.00-7.30pm – Sandya Arati

7:30pm to 8:00pm Bhagavad Gita Class

8.30pm Shayan Arati

8.45pm Dieties put to rest

9.00pm – Temple closes

Sunday Evening Schedule

5:00 PM – 5:30 PM Tulasi Arati & Guru Puja.

5:30 PM – 7:00 PM Bhajans 

7:00 PM – 7:30 PM Sandya Arti

7:30 PM – 9:00 PM Sunday Feast 

 

Visitors

Books Distributed

Plates Served

Volunteers

 

How can I Volunteer (or) Contribute?

 

Address

Vedic Cultural Center
1420, 228th AVE SE, Sammamish, WA 98075

Traveling on Eastbound I-90

1. Take exit 17 and turn left at the light of E. Lake Sammamish,
2. Right on SE 43rd way. Drive about 4 miles (Road becomes 228’th Ave SE),
3. Pass SE 16’th Street light and enter in the second drive way (You’ll see blue water tower and temple is next house after the water tower)

 

Traveling on Westbound I-90

1. Take exit 17 and turn right at the light of E. Lake Sammamish
2. Right on SE 43rd way. Drive about 4 miles (Road becomes 228’th Ave SE)
3. Pass SE 16’th Street light and enter in the second drive way (You’ll see blue water tower and temple is next house after the water tower)

Traveling on Eastbound SR-520

1. Take exit for Redmond Way.
2. Turn right on Redmond-Fall City Rd.
3. Right on 2’nd light at East Lake Sammamish Pkwy.
4. Go about three miles and make a left on Inglewood Hill Rd.
5. Right on 228’th Ave SE.
6. Goto SE 16’th St. light and make a U-turn and enter in the second drive way .

Parking Information

For your convenience VCC provides on-site parking, and has made arrangements for overflow parking at the following locations. Please note that on busy festival days, we may have parking lot attendants guiding the traffic in VCC parking lot.

Overflow Parkign – Pink Lake Covenant Church parking lot(http://www.plcc.org/About/Directions.aspx), located diagonally across from VCC is about 1 block south. You may park your car there and walk across to VCC. Alternatively, you may drop off your family at VCC and park your car at Pine Lake Church lot about 3-4 minute stroll to VCC from there.

Vedic Cultural Center

Vedic Cultural Center

1420 228th Ave SE, Sammamish, WA 98075, USA

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Vedic Cultural Center
1420, 228th AVE SE, Sammamish, WA 98075

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