Houston Center is open for Meditation and Reading Service.
At this time there will be no book-room, Thursday Night Meditation or Juice Socials.
Sunday school is now open ages 3-12
Sundays 11 a.m. -12 p.m.
Teen group meets the first Sunday of the month.
Access to the Sunday School Building is limited to students and staff 10 a.m. to 12 p.m.
1. For individuals who are vaccinated, masks are optional.
2. Those who are not vaccinated, we ask that you wear a mask inside buildings.
3. A sanitizing dispenser and masks will be available in the foyer.
4. Chapel seating will be available every other row.
5. When being seated in the chapel, we ask that you allow one empty chair between you and non-family members. You can sit next to the person accompanying you.
6. Offertory: We will not pass baskets around but will leave baskets at the back of the chapel.
We will begin having Thursday evening meditation, book room sales, and juice socials when we have enough volunteers to cover these activities.
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Houston Center of Self-Realization Fellowship
Welcome to the Houston Center of Self-Realization Fellowship, which serves families and friends in the greater Houston area through weekly devotional and meditation services. The Houston Center is composed of devoted local members and friends of Self-Realization Fellowship, a worldwide, non-profit religious organization founded by Paramahansa Yogananda in 1920 to teach scientific techniques of meditation that lead to a direct, personal experience of God. The Center is open to the public for services and special activities. You are invited to attend our services and welcome to stop by our bookroom to find out more about the teachings of Paramahansa Yogananda and our activities.
The meditation techniques taught by the fellowship are available in a series of lessons mailed from our international headquarters in Los Angeles, California. These lessons contain techniques of recharging the body, concentration, meditation, and the higher technique of Kriya Yoga, as well as instructions on how to live a balanced material and spiritual life.
As an introduction, we suggest that you read Paramahansa Yogananda’s Autobiography of a Yogi. Copies of this spiritual classic are available in our Bookroom, in bookstores and public libraries, and is now available online.