ABOUT US

Mission

Sri Ganesha Temple Education Program strives to provide religious, cultural, and language education and programs to the Hindu community of Middle Tennessee in order to preserve our culture and pass on a strong legacy of self-awareness to our children.

History

In 1994, Nashville parents came together to start a religious program for their children, creating 3 different classes, divided by age group. Today, the education program has grown to include an offering of several religious and language classes. This enriching environment helps to preserve and pass on our culture.

Goals

The Sunday School`s goal is to teach Hindu Vedic Heritage with emphasis on applying basic human values in daily lives.

Classes/Timings

Religious classes (11:20am to 12:15pm on Sundays) for Pre-Kindergarten through 12th grade kids

Language classes (10:20am to 11:15am on Sundays) Hindi, Telugu, Tamil, Kannada and Malayalam

Sunday School Registration for 2019-2020 is on now. Appreciate if you could register your children soon.

First Day of Balvihar (Sunday School) is on August 18, 2019. Teachers/parents/students will assemble in the auditorium at 10.45 am. Teachers for each grade will be announced and students will report to the teacher and then proceed to their class.

Namaste Balvihar Parents,

September 8th Sunday school will join the festivities for Visarjan of Ganesha. Language classes will start at 10:15 and end at 10:55.
Sunday school students (religious classes) will report to their respective teachers for class at 11:00 am just only on September 8th.

Parents will need to pick up their children from the respective classes at 11:15 am and head to the location of the Visarjan.
We encourage all parents/students to be present and participate in the Visarjan.

Please note the change in the timing of the classes.

Thanks and looking forward to seeing you on Sunday.

Sunday School Admin

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