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Hindus believe in one Supreme Being who is infinite, all-pervading and eternal and the source of all creation. God is in everything that exists, and is at the same time beyond the manifest universe. The various functions and aspects of the Supreme Being are given different names. For instance, the Trinity of Hinduism consists of Brahma - the Creator, Vishnu - the sustainer, and Shiva - the Destroyer. The incarnations of the Trinity are worshipped in various forms. The temples usually have some incarnations of the Trinity as idols for devotion and worship.
Sarvajana Temple - A Temple for All People
The current HCCNA Temple was consecrated in June 2005 andthe deities were installed with an elaborate week-long Vedic ceremony conducted by priests and spiritually energized by Swami Dayananda Saraswati, Swami Viditatmananda and other religious and community leaders.
The temple is called Sarvajana Mandir (Temple for all People). It is open every day in the morning and in the evening (all day on week ends) to provide a spiritual atmosphere for all people irrespective of their faith. The mission of the temple is to have spiritual and cultural upliftment for all relating to Sanatana Dharma and allied Hindu beliefs, while affirming the concept of global family.
The following are the list of planned events in the next 30 days. See full event listing for all events.
There is a Community Hall available for rent at HCCNA for the use of community people. It has full fledged auditorium with modern audio visual system, modern kitchen, sitting and dining arrangements (tables and chairs). The hall can accomodate 335 full dinner sitting or a 500 people chair sitting options. Please click here to view the Community Hall Rental Policy details. Call us on 256-771-7730 or email to 'email@example.com' for booking or to obtain more information.