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Super sunday

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One day of the ILS festival

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Super sunday

  1. 1. The Art of the Sunday Program
  2. 2. ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ?
  3. 3. Devotees Seekers Children
  4. 4. Devotees What do they need?
  5. 5. Seekers What do they need?
  6. 6. Children What do they need?
  7. 7. Needs of Devotees Needs of Seekers Needs of Children
  8. 8. The Lecture
  9. 9. Consider the topic
  10. 10. Why schools have different classes?
  11. 11. The lecture should be relevant & relatable
  12. 12. • Relevant = it has to do with one’s life; there is a connection, even a sense of need. • Relatable = one can understand and use it; one can feel a connection, even a sense of identity.
  13. 13. NEEDS
  14. 14. Family Marriage Career Children Children’s education Money Charity Dealing with non-devotee relatives Dealing with non-devotees at work Etc.
  15. 15. Consider the preparation
  16. 16. Consider announcing it
  17. 17. Consider the length
  18. 18. Consider the languages
  19. 19. Consider teaching for the groups
  20. 20. Consider those who avoid the lecture
  21. 21. Consider the sitting arrangements
  22. 22. Consider offering recordings
  23. 23. Consider tangible outcomes
  24. 24. Edu-tainment
  25. 25. Drama
  26. 26. “I am pleased to learn that the Columbus center is improving gradually and now you have begun to perform plays for the guests at the Sunday feasts.” – Letter to Bhadra Bardhan, 4 December 1969
  27. 27. Dance
  28. 28. Puppet Shows
  29. 29. “It is very nice that you are preparing these puppet stories of Srimad- Bhagavatam. Such program will not fail to have an uplifting effect upon the viewers as well as the players. So do this nicely, it shall be very good.” – Letter to Harer Nama, 1st December 1968
  30. 30. “In all Festivals, if you make such puppet show, then you will be able to attract so many people.” – Letter to Tamala Krsna, 1st June 1969
  31. 31. Kirtan
  32. 32. Consider providing the songs • Songs books • Laminated songs sheets • Signs in the temple room • Projected on a screen
  33. 33. Prasadam
  34. 34. “I made this movement successful simply by love feast. They did not come to hear Hare Krsna. They came for love feast.” – Room Conversation, 10 December 1976
  35. 35. Consider serving style
  36. 36. Consider the eating utensils
  37. 37. Consider sitting arrangements
  38. 38. Consider if to charge or not
  39. 39. SP quotes
  40. 40. The Time Factor
  41. 41. Have you seen him?
  42. 42. Have you seen her?
  43. 43. The Unexplained ISKCON Mystery of…
  44. 44. New for the New New for the Old Old for the New Old for the Old
  45. 45. New for the New New programs & ideas for new people.
  46. 46. New for the Old New programs, ideas and engagements for devotees.
  47. 47. Old for the New Rethinking & repackaging existing programs for new people.
  48. 48. Old for the Old Rethinking & improving existing programs for existing devotees.
  49. 49. New for the New New for the Old Old for the New Old for the Old
  50. 50. Consider listening from your audience
  51. 51. • Surveys • Feedback forms • Interviews
  52. 52. Consider devotees’ attire
  53. 53. Consider first aid preparedness
  54. 54. Consider your signs
  55. 55. Consider shoes’ arrangements
  56. 56. Consider invitation cards & flyers
  57. 57. Consider the book stall
  58. 58. Consider the boutique
  59. 59. Consider your announcements
  60. 60. Consider your toilets
  61. 61. Consider who you don’t want
  62. 62. Consider the follow up
  63. 63. Consider the youth
  64. 64. Consider your enthusiasm
  65. 65. Children
  66. 66. Consider your Child Protection Set-up
  67. 67. Consider the Sunday School
  68. 68. If you get the child, you get the whole family; If you loose the child, you loose the whole family.
  69. 69. Hare Krishna
  70. 70. www.iskconcongregation.com

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